Join me for a Sunday foliage drive through the Vermont mountains to a big red barn. The kind of antique barn that you can get lost in for days on end, junkin’ for the best barn finds.

It was a cool, overcast day with a little rain spitting around here and there. The foliage was vivid with autumn’s changing colors, making it an ideal day for a Sunday drive for some “Thrifting with the Gals.”

This “Big Red Barn” is a one-floor large barn filled with collected treasures displayed by numerous vendors. Truthfully, it’s a bit of a hoarder’s paradise.

There was much to dig and rummage through at this “Big Red Barn.” I even took two passes around the entire barn before checking out. Let me share with you what I found...

My second best barn bargain find was this rare extra large (14″ wide x 11.5″ tall) B&M pot. I’m not sure how far the pot dates back, but it’s most likely vintage from sometime in the 19th century.

I spied this small decorative cake stand on a shelf for just $15 and thought she’d be adorable with my “Fakery Bakery” pecan pie from Everything Dawn’s Fakery on our breakfast nook table this fall season.

Delft coasters are a kind of tin-glazed earthenware that originated in the Delft city of the Netherlands. Today, Delftware is considered a popular souvenir by tourists.

Soda Fountain glassware are collectibles today.  I found six of these so affordably, I'm actually going to resell them in my own vintage booth.

A beautiful vintage round basket and 5 bundles of dried fall hydrangeas.  Paired together, they are extraordinary on our breakfast table.

Now it's time for the ride back home, where you are sure to enjoy the foliage and scenery.  Join me on the blog to see and learn more!

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