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Posted 2 years ago

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WE'RE GOING TO THE ANTIQUES ROADSHOW!

Can't wait ~ and having a dickens of a time deciding what to take! Too many treasures!

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  1. Pencil-necked-geek, 2 years ago
    Uh... I guess, Jason, but the wifey & I aren't really morning people and we live over an hour away. Should have opted for the noon admit. (sigh)

    Do they give you the bum's rush once you have shown your stuff or can you linger?
  2. Pencil-necked-geek, 2 years ago
    Thanks for that great discription, Jason!

    Did they have the 'Feedback Booth' there ~ how was that handled? Could everyone do it or was there an 'audition'?
    Was it real regimented? Do you have to hold your place in those lines, or could you wander & talk to the other folks in the line to see what they had?
    Assuming you weren't picked for filming with an appraiser, did you see anyone who was? Did it take long to get them thru that process? Do they do make-up and the whole magilla?

    Not that I think anything we have is film worthy, but my family won't let me hear the end of it if they can't at least get a glimpse of us standing in the background. They all applied for tickets, but we were the only ones who got 'em.
  3. Pencil-necked-geek, 2 years ago
    Have another set of thanks, Jason! Yep, that was interesting and informative.

    Looks like we beat the odds... one in ten applications gets a ticket? It only took six apps for us to get ours (great to have family) and my brother in Denver is the one that actually scored them. I think we will be spending most of our time in the folk art and toys lines.

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