One of my sweetie's co-workers told him that he needed to take me to a little town called Farmersville to visit their antique stores. It's not far from here. Now this town is out in the country, the downtown area isn't even on the Farm to Market road, and it has a population of 3476. I'm always up for exploring antique stores, but my sites were not set very high. We had to ask directions when we got near, because there were no signs. When we drove in we found a thriving downtown area, very well kept, and lots of people around. When we started going into stores we were so pleasantly surprised at the nice historic buildings and quality of the merchandise. The shops were nice and cool, which isn't usually the case in old buildings, in triple digit temperatures!! The prices were very good and we were told that dealers come from the larger cities in the metroplex to shop there. What a treat it was to find this great little town so close to ours!
Main Street Antiques & More was a very nice mall with more rooms every time you turned a corner.