Rusty Bucket

Hi everyone! Happy, happy Saturday to you! I am such a happy camper right now. A couple extra hours of sleep, no alarm clock jarring you awake, and a leisurely cup of coffee= one happy girl. I wish every day could be a weekend day!

Last night, the official fall-activity schedule kicked off in our neck of the woods with a Fall Open House at one of my favorite local shops, the Rusty Bucket. I look forward to this every year, being the serious Halloween-lover that I am.Β  I wouldn’t miss it for the world. Of course I brought my camera along, so I could share it all with you. ‘Cause I know you all love Halloween as much as I do, right? Snicker, snort!

The Rusty Bucket is known for their early-Americana, county-style primitives. They fill their shop with antiques found on old farmsteads and one-of-a-kind, handcrafted items from local artists. There’s always something unique and special, every time I visit.

Such a fun, happy place! Charming on the inside, and welcoming on the outside, for those who’d like to just sit a spell.

Thanks so much for visiting with me! I’m off now on another of my favorite adventures, a day of antiquing. Hope your weekend is filled with wonderful adventures, too.

26 thoughts on “Rusty Bucket

  1. Love me some Rusty Bucket … have to pop on over there — perhaps this evening before our dinner and a movie night! Cute pics — thanks for sharing!

    You lucky gal … a day of antiquing!! Are you going to Liberty next weekend??

  2. Looks like Rusty Bucket would be one of my favs too! Such interesting darling things in that shop…love it! Thanks so much for sharing the photos! Have a great weekend, take care!!:-))

  3. This looks like fun Audrey! And we do have a shop that looks very similar around my own neck of the woods… and I’ve been itching to go soon! They have a bakery too! Fresh cider donuts, fresh from the oven… I can smell them already, just THINKING about it! The kids and I are thinking about apple picking too, and I’ve heard this year was a good year for apples! I hope so!… Love all you photos, and hope you and yours have a great weekend!

  4. I really enjoyed this visit to the Rusty Bucket! Thanks for taking us along. Did you bring home anything from this trip? I just finished putting up a few fall decorations outside today (not Halloween but things that work through Thanksgiving). Was so ready for a change! I hope you took your camera antiquing with you today so we can share in that trip, too. I know you’ll have a wonderful day!

  5. That has got to be the cutest store ever, I can only imagine how wonderful it will be at Christmas! How do you get out of there without spending a ton of money! Hope you had a great day of shopping and found some great items! Have a great Sunday!

  6. I want to go shopping there.. What a wonderful shop.. Thanks so much for sharing.. I know what you mean about the weekend.. I am on my second cup of java right now..

    Hugs, Linda

  7. Once again you share such lovely photos! These always put a smile on my face!! I love these photos, it almost feels like i’m the shop myself, digging treasures! You and your daughter are so much alike! That has to be my favorite pic of them all! Hugs and sunshien!

    • Hi, Susan! Thanks so much for visiting and for your sweet comment! Those adorable pumpkins have been super popular, and I wish I could take credit for them…. but those little cuties were handmade by a local artist and were available for sale in a shop here in town several years ago. So no pattern, sorry!

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