I was out in the Wilds of Washington, ( no Starbucks in sight) when I found this little second hand bookshop with the Mad Hatter just about to do a walk about. I love second hand bookshops, there is something magical about reading a book someone else has loved. The shop is owned by an older couple with a wonderful sense of amazement. Books are never rubbish! To prove the point, the gentleman created this unique place to sit. So come enjoy the second hand books and sit upon the seat of knowledge! You never know where you’ll come across some magic!
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Where is that? It looks like Duvall based on the door. I’d love to visit.
This is in Duvall Washington! Fabulous little town with great antique shops and charming gift shops and it’s in the countryside!
Next time I’m up that direction, I will have to check it out. I haven’t been there is years.
It’s so charming with all the autumn leave blasting red yellow and oranges! Stunning!
That bench is fantastic. Are those really books or did he just make it to look that way?
Carrie, those are real books! You can sit on the bench, but I daren’t!
I love old bookshops, Susan… they have a ‘feel’ to them all of their own. I never used to have the same experience in libraries, however, where I always felt I needed to get out. I shall have to revisit to see if it’s the same now. Now your bookshop there looks very interesting!
I used to love the reading rooms of the British Library before they moved it to St Pancs. I remember all sorts of little bookshops along the way! Good fun and long arms from carrying home bags of books!
It does look magical!
It’s on the corner of Main and Cherry and that’s just about a perfect sounding location! 😉