Whew, what a day! Started off at Antiques Roadshow at 8 am. No I'm not a millionaire. I took a Gold Medal Flour cookbook that was valued at around $20 and a salt/pepper shaker set with a matching pickle jar - it was given to my great grandparents as a wedding gift in 1907. According to the appraisers they were made in the late 1800's and are valued at about $200-$250. I wish I could have found out where they were made. The whole experience was interesting. Here I am with my golden ticket:
The cattle line:
After standing at the Roadshow all morning (we were done by about 11:30) we went to Muddy Waters Cafe for brunch. I had scrambled eggs, sausage, breakfast potatoes and toast. And Lucas has waffles and a yogurt parfait.