While many of you were up at the bobo crack of dawn on Black Friday scoring iPods for $3.99 and flat screen TVs for $30, I was warm and cozy in my bed. I was in Tuna and in Tuna the stores do not open before 10am for any reason. Whatsoever.
On the other hand…
When I got to the shopping district in downtown Tuna, I pretty much had the place to myself. And the merchandise, well, let’s just call it one-of-a-kind and leave it at that.
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Who doesn’t want a Ronald McDonald head to accessorize that forgotten corner of the house? I would suggest adding a cigarette to the the little screw coming out of his mouth for a bit of whimsey.
I did meet a nice family of mannequins (whom I may introduce another time, they were really quite lovely and eager to pose for pictures) and I scored a big bag of vintage linens and aprons for just a few dollars. No, I don’t collect vintage linens and aprons. I have no idea why I bought them. The mannequins talked me into it.