Tiny Tuesday #17: Tractor supply, Lincolnton Antiques, Haunted Missouri quail, and NO POLITICS!

Well hullo there my dearies!

TINY TUESDAY is here again!

It’s a rather BIG Tuesday for the US so I made sure to get some TINY queued up for you regardless of political affiliation. Because everyone loves TINY, left or right!

Let’s start off with TINY animal overload.

TINY!

BUTTON!

QUAIL!

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This little cutie belongs to a mama quail in Missouri under the care of my my old derby pal, Sara Wolff aka Roxy Horror. Sara has recently become the owner of a for real HAUNTED CHURCH in Armstrong MO and her quail got broody on the sneaky during her busy couple weeks in closing on the church. So now she has TINY beebee quails. SO TINY. SO CUTE.

Here is a link that may or may not work of one of the TINY birdies. Try clicking here.

Sara REALLY needs to start a blog *AHEM* what with all her cats and dog and birds and orchids and garden and house DIY projects and raptors and insects and HAUNTED CHURCH stuff going on. *AHEM* Ms Wolff XD

Saturday night Mr. Smith and I went out for a hot date that started at Tractor Supply so Chief dog could get some puppy chow. While the mister drooled over a hand-truck that can push a thousand pounds around, I swooned over these TINY things!

TINY

RABBIT

HUTCH!

The little girl is odd sized for the hutch and rabbits, but otherwise this playset would be perfect for 10-12 inch doll’s houses. The TINY girl could get put in with Lego sized stuff and be fun, too! I love the TINY vegetables for the TINY rabbits!!

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TINY

RED

TRACTOR!

I’m not even sure what else to say about this other than TINY TRACTOR! It would be so cute in my curio of TINY delights. I like that it looks old fashioned.

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TINY

ADVENTURES!

Also on Saturday I had a friend play date with my new friend and co-worker Ms.See! We toured each others houses to squeee over art supplies and animals and then we went out to do some antiquing. I hadn’t realized what an antique-full town Lincolnton has become. Red Door Antiques was full of fun stuff. They were having a Christmas open house..I know, I know. Now that Halloween is over there has been abusive of “the holiday spirit” already, but I gotta say I am a sucker for wintery decor regardless.

While there I spotted these TINY TREATS.

TINY WINTER SPRITES!

TINY CLOCK!

TINY BUST OF HOLIDAY CAROL-ER!

TINY BOOTILICIOUS SANTA!

wow.

(also, my hand for perspective)

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!!TWO!!

TINY

CAST IRON STOVES!

Y’all. I want one of these TINY STOVES so bad. I love the TINY cast iron pan, and even the little lifter thingy to put more wood in the stove. I’m guessing they actually work on some level–maybe at least with a candle inside. I want to make TINY cornbreads! It’s officially on the TINY wish list.

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TINY

RED

HAT!

According to the tag, this is some sort of salesman sample, I’m guessing for a door-to-door hat salesman. The quality was really sort of pitiful–I can’t imagine buying a regular sized hat based on this sample–but I loved it anyway. Such a strange piece for any collection. Champ hat, indeed. I’d put it on my head OR inside my curio!

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Hope you enjoyed this little bit of TINY TUESDAY delight!

Be good to each other

                              eat some vegetables

                                                    and drink plenty of water

                           and I will see you back for another installment at the sutler tent!

Have a HUGELY wonderful rest of your week.

❤ ❤ ❤

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