So Randy’s family’s beach house we spent our entire July this year has lots of vintage things in the house. (I’ve blogged about some of them here and here before.) Here are some that have the cool vintage packaging — they’ve been sitting there since the 60’s or so, I love them :)
Yes, the water color set was $1.75 back then. I wonder how much this will cost now…
This is not really a poster, but a cute way to let us know about the county fair, don’t you think? The typography looks like it’s done with vintage wood type blocks, too. We are going to go check it out this weekend :)
Wishing you all a happy weekend from the Cape! Pictures are from our morning / evening walks and skewers :) See you next week!
Happy Friday, everyone! This week, we felt an earthquake (that was scary!) and now, hurricane Irene is coming this weekend… All of a sudden, NY is getting hit by a natural disaster… I hope it’ll be all okay…
I just wanted to end the week with some fun photos from my trip to the Cape Cod. Enjoy!
We saw the bunny almost everyday.
The Lobster Trap Co. — this restaurant / fish market is the best!
We got a couple lobsters for dinner…
Randy cooked his first lobsters — it was delicious!
Our little Pocasset Beach:
Fresh shrimp cocktails (from The Lobster Trap Co.)
Grilling clams and such…
We had many visitors throughout our stay including our family, too :)
Have a safe weekend, everyone! We are going to attend a wedding tonight at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and
we have some baby classes to attend tomorrow… (due to theÂ Hurricane Irene and subway is not working this weekend, we have rescheduled it) getting busy around here!