so, on my recent visit to idaho, i stopped at the local ranchers market to pick up the best dried fruits in the world. i know you would all love this market. its right in the middle of almost nowhere, there are barrels of dried beans, every vegatable seed you could ever imagine, local eggs, and ton's of dried fruits and honey's. simple the best small town market you can find. i used to ride my bike here as a kid and get their fresh apple cider slushies...
well, the owner sold one of his many ranches and brought a batch of his treasures to the market to sell in a little antique corner in the market (new since my last visit a year ago).
i arrived in idaho on a friday morning, stopped by the ranch market, bought my usual dried fruits and homemade fig newtons and noticed this new antique corner addition. i spotted this right away, took a look, admired and walked out telling myself it was crude to consider owning something like this.
well, let me wrap this up for you as i know i am really rambling. on my way to the airport on sunday i stopped in to get some more friut to bring home, walked over to the corner, asked how much the lamp was (no one knew because it actually wasn't for sale), negotiated with the owner and walked out the door with it and scrambled to find a place opened that would ship this.
it was a great find, but after shipping it back to san francisco, the cheap thrill wore off. anyway, can you blv this shade, how did they do this?
i will post in a few months after i save some pennies, get a new shade made and get it re-wired.
please tell me if you were to see this in someone's home, would you be disturbed?? tell the truth.