Three Speckled Hens!

Hello folks! Have you heard? Three Speckled Hens is happening this weekend in Paso Robles! We are so excited and would love to share the news, this is a great happening that you won't want to miss! Read the details below:

Who: Carrie, Susi, & Kathy (the Three Speckled Hens)
What: the premier Central Coast antique show
Where: Paso Robles Event Center
When: Saturday October 5th (10 a.m. - 4 p.m., early bird: 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.) & Sunday October 6th (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

To read more about the fees and their story, check out their lovely website. Since this is a show that should not be missed, we will be scouting the goods and shopping on Sunday. We will also be taking photos of the speckled styles and handing out some Ruby Bucks, we hope to see you there! Make sure to get out to Three Speckled Hens this weekend & enjoy this beautiful warm Fall weather. xo, Ruby Rose.

Not Your Typical White Elephant Sale


We've been hearing about this "White Elephant Sale" for a few years. Our friend shirley, who resides in Oakland, volunteers for the organization that puts on the sale, The Oakland Museum.


What we've heard was that this was a once-a-year event, at a huge warehouse with many departments, pre-sale tickets are involved, yada yada. Our friend Shirley is actually Stacy's mom (and our hotel accomadation when we go to The Alameda Flea), and as we talked more and more about it, it was apparent that if we were going to claim to be 'junkers', we better check this out. Jenny of Glitterfarm, came to The Rose to do some motivating and next thing we know, we were on for a road trip the next day!


It was definately epic! The warehouse spanned a full city block, filled with donations that had come in for an entire year. The space was broken down into departments and there were deals! Organization, yes! Deals, yes!

We were there on their "friends and family" days so it wasn't as packed as the pre-sale day. Word on the street is that on those days there are upwards of two to three thousand people--yes, you read right, thousands! To get in on those days, you have to pre-pay $15, or $20 at the door just to get in. Do the math, that's a lot of money without even opening the doors!


There is a rules and regulation handout and also a map of the warehouse departments that you pick up when you first get in line. OK, we were all getting excited now.

Jenny thought that she would head for home and garden department, I was searching for art and Stacy was...hmm I forget now. I think it was a full 2-3 hours before I even ran into Jenny again! Every so often I would have to call Stacy to come and rescue me from overwhelming desicions.


What I loved as much as all the amazing merchandise, was the organization that had gone into this event. The volunteers were all assigned a department and they only worked that given department. They knew their stuff and were so helpful. I seriously can't believe we have to wait a whole 'nother year for our next visit!

Now it's your turn...the sale is open to the public this weekend--March 3rd and 4th. Don't miss out! Check their website here for more details.