Continuing my prior post about antique shopping at Marburger Farm in Round Top, Texas.
I want to show you some of my favorite booths. I am going to just post the photo with no comments about each one so you can enjoy the details in your own way.
For those of you who have never been to Marburger Farm, or attended the Round Top antique show [there are hundreds of venues], just at Marburger Farm alone, the brochure says there are 350 dealers on 43 acres. There are old buildings which look like they were brought onto the site as well as HUGE white tents. Four or five of the white tents are each the size of a football field. Below is a photo of one of the smaller tents. There are probably 3 of these. There are also venues in Carmine and Warrenton. I don't think it is possible to see every vendor in the county in a week's visit.
Below are some of the old structures where vendors set up.
When we are traveling down the two-lane back roads to get to Round Top, we go through this one-lane arch.
If you love antiques, and have not been to this antique show, I hope you are able to attend soon. They are held twice a year. Check out their website.