And then I found these two cute lunch boxes that I had to do a little battle with the grabby guy to get.
But I think it was worth it.
The red plaid one is Ohio Art and it's nice and clean. I think it's my favorite.
But obviously I couldn't say no to this one either. It's a little rougher and rustier, but it had me at that denim-style stitching.
But back to the farm (or rather the barn). It's from the 1950s and made by Marx, and it looks a whole lot better thanmit did when I found it up in the attic. Let's just say there have been more spiders than animals living in it for the last 40 years.
It has a hay loft and one (plastic) bale of hay.
And from the looks of those open holes on the floor, there might have been milking staws at one time.
I'm glad that I picked it up because I went to a real barn sale on Sunday and came home empty-handed. But the women running the sale said to come back because the house will be open in a week or so and that's packed, too. I'm hoping a fare a little bit better there.