Decorate Your Summer Camp

June 4th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

Why rough it when you can have a folding camp sink? $220

Antique Adirondack splintwood fishing basket backpack (that’s not easy to say). You’ll still look cool even if you don’t catch any fish. $150 SOLD

Great resource for identifying all those beautiful wildflowers you find in the meadow. You may even consider framing some of these plates. With 400 of them who would notice one or two missing? $45 SOLD

Can you imagine…not only did they grow all of their own vegetables, but they hand carved these little birds to use for labeling them, too. Amazing, it’s only $7!

I don’t know anyone who has pictures of falcons. Do you? $20 each (One SOLD)

First hang them on the wall for decoration, but you’ll know that if you’re ever trapped by a bad snowstorm you can always run for help. Or send someone else…Snowshoes $175

If you do send someone else out for help, you can always sit in front of the fire and watch the clock in anticipation of their return. Fireplace clock (fire really burns) $60 SOLD

Antique Mission oak rocker with original leather seat $350, and vintage woolen blanket $25

Be a boy scout SOLD

or a trick rider! SOLD

Keep yourself busy. An idle mind is the devil’s workshop. $60

Sometimes even when the mind isn’t idle…(both SOLD!)

Ah! Let’s play craps…

…and do shots! SOLD

Multi-colored shot glasses SOLD

Mah Jong, anyone?

Time to put the kettle on. $20 SOLD

Vintage mugs $10 each (One SOLD)

Enamel pie tins $10 and $11 SOLD

Adirondack twig table $65 SOLD and candle lantern $15 SOLD. Set of 4 Hyllinge Mobler folding chairs, made in Denmark

Every camp has a bear $4 SOLD

and a frog $20 SOLD

Finally, shave that beard before heading back to civilization. SOLD