Trash Barn - Searsport, ME

October 25th, 2008 in member junk     
gollywobbles gollywobbles, member
13 users recommend


The most awesome barn in the east to find incredible trash treasures.  It's my favorite stop, besides my favorite rughooking shop that is!

Jeff Merry (Owner)
156 E. Main Street
Searsport, ME 04974
207-548-2787
207-323-2000


Pattern or design used: Trash Barn Treasures in Searsport, Maine
posted in: member junk, sleds, shutters, chairs, rust, clawfoot tubs, bottles, spindles, window frames, bedsprings

Comments (13)

MeowerPower writes: Love this store! My husband and I visited last summer---looking for axes, logging saws, and such. Fun place for toolies and mantiquers. Posted: 7:54 pm on February 26th
Syriandra writes: Wow...........great to see that I can get to places like this as I live in VT and thats just a short road trip.I know I will be visiting there this summer.dragging my hubby along. Posted: 10:40 pm on January 25th
KimberlyMelamed writes: Did somebody say "Roadtrip"! Count me in for sure! Looks like an amazing place. Thanks for sharing. Posted: 3:58 pm on October 27th
shabbychick writes: Speechless in Ohio.....(Looks like a little piece of heaven in Maine!!!)

Kathy Posted: 2:52 pm on October 27th
junkinhart writes: Me too from Michigan -- there just has to be a place in this state like that, doesn't there??!?!?!

How lucky you are to be close to this place!! Thanks for sharing the location -- I'm sure if any of us are on the east coast, we will be visiting!!

BTW -- love your blog!

Cindy Posted: 5:54 am on October 26th
CottageElements writes: This looks like my kind of place! Thanks for letting us all drool! Can we say "Road Trip"!

Lani Posted: 4:38 pm on October 25th
ALVN writes: Way fun! We are all drooling!

Amy Posted: 2:00 pm on October 25th
georgiamoon writes: Ok I just threw myself down on the floor, kicked my feet and turned blue in the face...I'm truly throwing a tantrum here. I wanna go!!!! Real bad! Can I, can I, can I ???? WOW What more can I say? Georgia (sad georgia) Posted: 1:38 pm on October 25th
suewhitney writes: Wow! I'm on my way. This looks like a fabulous place. I wrote a story about junking in Maine for Country Home Magazine, but sad to say I missed this place. Guess I'll just have to come back..no arm twisting needed. Thanks so much for sharing this and welcome to the site!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:19 am on October 25th
MimiToria writes: OOps! You didn't do the potato mashers, another gal I read before you did. Sorry!
You do the textile work in the wash boards. Another creative project indeed. Posted: 10:12 am on October 25th
MimiToria writes: Wow! What a great haunt you have there in Maine. I'd have a blast in that shop. Welcome to the site. You have some very creative projects with the potato mashers posted.
Gretchen Posted: 10:11 am on October 25th
saclark writes: GULP! I almost forgot to breath for a minute. When I see places like this, a funny feeling comes over me. How about you guys? And LuAnn, if you find a place like this anywhere NEAR us, you just let me know.

Sharon Posted: 8:52 am on October 25th
LuAnn writes: How could anyone not want this as their favorite place. Too cool for words. Don't have anything like that here (Michigan) that I know of--too bad.

LuAnn Posted: 7:58 am on October 25th
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