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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Second Chance - The Motherlode


Discovered a fabulous secondhand/thrift/vintage/collectibles/antique store in Omaha, Nebraska: Second Chance. It is located in the heart of Omaha's wonderful Old Market area of town. There is really no need for words, so I'll just post a series of photos . . . .

















And then there was a BASEMENT!









It's worth a stop in Omaha to visit this remarkable shop.


PS And I didn't spend all that much for all my wonderful finds.

11 comments:

Gerri said...

WOW I could just walk around that place for HOURS and not got anything LOL. Love looking thru all that stuff and I bet you did too.

theresa martin said...

WOW! what an awesome place! thanks for the photos - I enjoyed the 'visit'

Destree said...

Where's the "haul?" That's my favorite part of your junkstop posts! Have a great trip back....

Nena's Art & Designs said...

OMG, I would love to go throuh that shop! They wouldn't happen to have a web site, would they?

Deldino said...

You must have been like a kid in a candy store.

vicki said...

oh wow! it reminds of the places i visited in buenos aires, where i just wanted to wiggle my nose samantha style and move it closer to here so i could go again and again. how fun, can't wait to see all you've collected!

La Dolce Vita said...

this place looks like a day long browse!! and fairly close to me!!

Carol Wiebe said...

Dayna, you definitely have a TALENT for finding these places with the most fascinating stuff in them.

You know what they say about one person's trash . . .

Perhaps you should become a tour guide (in all that spare time). There are garden experts who take people through amazing gardens: you could be the Empress of Emporiums, the Tzarina of Trash, The Sovereign of Stuff.

Or the Regent of Recycling!

peshe said...

howard, encouraging dayna to have her own space was a great idea. but if you continue to support these junk hunts, you'll soon need to contract an architect, rent space in an industrial park and hire a docent......

Serena Barton said...

The Regent of Recycling Rules! That's where I wanna go on my next vacation...really you should lead tours--that's a great idea!

Bobbie said...

I heart peshe!!!! And I really want to see what you came away with on a mid-west adventure!!!!