Our Saturday sunshine didn’t last until Sunday. In spite of the gloomy, windy, and chilly weather, I decided to check out the Houston Urban Antiques Market. Three or four times a year different dealers have an outdoor antiques market at the Knights of Columbus Hall north of downtown. It is open only from 9:00-4:00. There are also several specialty food vendors and a man who sells beautiful orchid plants. (Not to mention the members of the Knights of Columbus who make barbecue sandwiches.)
These are some of the pictures from their site.
A large and small cloche, along with a bird’s nest.
Some vintage plates I intend to hang on the wall.
I was so cold that I only took two pictures of the market itself.
Since I learned that burlap and grain sacks are certainly “in,” I came home and
Naturally, I was too tired to cook after all this excitement and it was getting close to time for the Super Bowl, so El Palenque’s was just the ticket.
I hope you had a Super Sunday!