First, you must shop like a maniac and not let one white or cream chippy painted object go by without a good look-see.
Second, you must spread it all out on the Spokane fairgrounds lawn for a quick show-and-tell before loading it into the wagon to head for home.
(Go ahead, don't be shy, dump the contents of your wheeled market baskets and brown paper bags into big 'ol heaps, right there on the ground.)
Finally, you must whip out your trusty camera and proceed to document...er, incriminate yourself with... the loot.
We followed the rules.
(Can you believe it?)
Do you wanna take a peak?
Don't you just love vignettes?
Sometimes I wish life was a vignette.
We tried to convince these little darlings to crawl into our suitcases (vintage, of course...okay, not really...does 1985 count?) and come back to Idaho with us.
For some strange reason their mothers vetoed that idea.
We met these super sweet ladies on the lawn during show-and-tell.
They too, declined our invitation to tag along with us to Idaho.
Something about a cute little store to run...
Loaded and ready for the trek home.