My Dad's brotherhood group at his church holds a church rummage sale twice a year for missions projects. Well, this year I decided that I would contribute by cleaning out some of my treasures (junk) in the old shed in my back yard.
You can't tell much by the size but it holds a good bit of stuff and has a back room and a built in work table. The old chippy paint and finish is great for my liking but it is very old so I think the paint is probably leaded.
Okay, so i'm in the back room moving stuff around and I notice that the bottom of a shelf up high has writing on it. Well I jut had to see what it was and started "trying" to get the shelf off the brackets. It was screwed in some kind of funky way so it took a little elbow grease. This is where I found the sign used as a shelf.
Sorry about the pic, lighting in the back room isn't the best. You can see where the shelf was hanging. And, in case you were wondering those are original Power Ranger figures on the shelf below. My son is now 21 years old so i've had those a while. Not sure what to do with them. Wish I still had the boxes. Anyhoo, when I finally got the shelf down this is what I found. A thing of beauty, worn out to perfection.
This gem is nine and one-half inches by fifty-three inches. White background with black lettering. Now the top edge for some reason is painted a soft yellow, the perfect shade and there a couple of splashes of red, perfect too. It has just enough wear and tear on it. This baby is completely authentic, I don't think I could make one that looks this good. Now the problem lies in where to hang this beauty. I have several places so i'll show later where it ended up. Taylorsville has no meaning to me except for the fact that I lived in North Carolina while I was married and there was a Taylorsville that we used to go to on occasion.
This is what the main room of the shed looked like after I "de-junked", now it's time for organization.
I'm seriously thinking that door on the front of the shed needs to come off and hang on the wall in my house after a light sanding and sealer.
You never know :)!