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Friday, July 03, 2009


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there must be some interesting stuff on sale there! have you ever shopped there?


Great shot and perfect for the Fourth of July. I hope you have a great holiday weekend.

david zen-kennedy

I agree - perfect for the fourth! ARMY & N VY - excellent.


We still have these stores in the UK, but a lot smaller. Not thoguth about them in years. Excellent image and timely for skywatch


Great photo for the 4th of July and SWF :)

Jim K

I love to shop in the surplus stores.

Greensboro Daily Photo

We've not yet left the house today and it feels as if we are gathering our ensemble for the Fourth of July: Magiceye, Carver, David Zen-K, Babooshka, Evita, and Jim K, and all the rest of you who have not penned a comment. So many continents brought together. Oh how we love the community of bloggers!


Thank you for stopping by Brushstokes... I am in the process of putting together either a slide show of my paintings, or a catalog. Just started posted one a day on my side bar. I've been painting watercolors for years, but never persued going farther than friends and family. So thanks for your encouraging words. I will let you know when I get a link, or a way to show them all.

I will be back to see more of your daily photos.
Wanda from Brushstrokes.


Great catch! & cool building, perfect for this holiday weekend.


So nice & colorful!

Jew Wishes

What a great photo for the 4th of July! It is so nostalgic, and a true Americana capture.

Happy 4th to you!


Not much in the sky but brightness to shine on that store. I would like to visit one of those some day too.


Wow, a colourful capture of national colours. Happy 4th of July to you from Jo (South Africa)


This kind of store is quite intriguing, mainly becuase I don't think we have one like it in Australia! (But I could be wrong!) The signs almost stand out like traffic lights on the wall in contrast with the blue of the sky!


That is the kind of a place we would swerve across the traffic lanes to stop and visit!
Have a great 4th!

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