Old Kentucky handmade crocks
House sale is still moving forward. I've been busy tying up all the ends of attempting to move. It seems I take one step forward and two backwards -- but I do believe all is going forward slowly.
I sold a roomful of antiques that I had picked up here and there in my almost six year stay in Kentucky. I just don't have the space in my not-so-large U-Haul to move only my necessities -- this eliminates my ability to bring along my old country things. An example of some of what I sold are the handmade country crockery pieces in the photo above. But in reality, all this selling off of "stuff" is part of simplifying.
I have more old things to sell and have a buyer waiting for me to decide on my prices. I am selling everything at reasonable prices -- prices one can't refuse.
Looks like I will be landing in Utah in September if all goes well. I have a wonderful canyon cottage waiting for me -- small, old, on flat land, with a stream. Sal and I will certainly enjoy this.
I hope to do follow-up postings ever so often during my moving experience.