We stopped and were pleasantly surprised by the number of antiques in the shop. The fellow at the cash register, Jim, was very friendly, and knew where to find just about anything I asked him about. He also gave a great recommendation on where to eat. They had a number of antique trunks and tool boxes from the 1800s, and their prices were good. They also had a lot of ornate picture frames and furniture, but I wasn't looking for that. Will definitely stop in again to see what I can find.
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