Another 90°- day at the
Fall Round Top Antique Show
Here are four ways not only to keep cool, but also to be cool at the
Marburger Farm-Round Top Antique Show.
After all, Round Top Antique Shows are the places
to see and to be seen.
- Buy an adorable blue and white paisley print straw cowgirl hat at a convenience store on Highway 290 in Carmine, Texas. Get some of their delicious chicken salad from the deli while there. Then head south to Round Top.
- Wear your sunglasses you brought from home with your new ultra-chic blue paisley cowgirl hat. While shading for your head and eyes, wander through the thirteen buildings and nine giant tents that house 350 exhibitors at Marburger Farm Antique Show, one of my favorite antiquing sites along Highway 237 during the Round Top Antique Show.
- Drink plenty of liquids to beat the heat while strolling from tent to tent. A large glass of iced tea, sweet or unsweet, will cool anyone down quickly. Marburger Farm has a large open-air covered area filled with long tables that sport red and white checked tablecloths for resting while eating and drinking.
- Generate your own breeze by using a hand-held old-fashioned fan on a stick. Marburger Farm supplies the cute advertising fans in the shape of a cowboy hat.... to go with your cute cowgirl hat from Carmine. You supply the energy to wave the fan back and forth, being sure to share your breeze with whomever is standing near you. Southern hospitality, you know.
Four ways to beat the heat at the largest antique show in the USA...
All the while looking chic and exuding Southern charm...
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