Sunday, October 09, 2011

Good Juju

My sister has a knack for finding out about neat little shops! She had learned about Good Juju--an old building converted to a vintage-finds store in the West Bottoms of KC. So we decided to go check it out ourselves. The place is only open one weekend a month and apparently people wait with baited breath! The parking was horrendous, with threats of being towed away. We finally claimed a spot after several around-the-block drives. It was worth the search! So fun. The shop owners find old things and rework them, fix 'em up, paint them and put them up for sale.

While I didn't find any must-haves, Sis scored a vintage bread box, a LuRay sugar bowl and a couple of pieces of green depressionware. And, of course, while we were out and about, we had to hit some other antique malls, grab lunch and enjoy the required late afternoon ice-cream cone. The weather cooperated...well, except for the gusty winds.

Sisters Day's just good juju!


sewprimitive karen said...

Oh, that looks like it was fun.

Vinda said...

So glad you are blogging again. I really missed you.

Teresa said...

What a fun looking place to shop!

Anonymous said...

That sounds like a wonderful day. Thanks for sharing the photos, I enjoyed looking around the shop.