Clover Market. It was such an amazing find - about one hundred vendors selling everything from vintage antiques to up-cycled and recycled crafts and furniture. There were people selling hand-made clothes, printed cards and posters, jewelry and baby items. Tin roof tiles, vintage buckets, bottles, baskets and bicycles. We spent a few hours walking around, checking out the sights and perusing the stalls.
Nate and I had the day to spend on our own, Liz was working all day at her various jobs, so I figured the drive out to the suburbs of Philadelphia might be a good way to spend the morning for us. Nate was such a good boy in his stroller, being patient and not begging to get out to run around. He didn't grab at items and he ate snacks and lunch without much prompting. He was even helpful in selecting a gift for Liz's birthday - we found an old stained glass window pane for our house, along with an old square tin bunt pan with 3 vintage square citron glass bottles. Clover Market bills itself as Lucky Finds for the Home. I'll say!