“offbeat collectors shack”
A strange little shack full of collectors items, antiques and folk arty bits and pieces. Only open when the owner is nearby. Not a major stop but pull over if nearby for some route 66 weirdness!
If you're on the road and need a break from all the just "beautiful" north Texas scenery, swing by this place. It's odd. Let's just say that. Not much bigger than a room in your house, and no clear theme or mission. If Dot is still alive, she's not hanging out there. Place is often empty but left open. Strange, strange, strange.
IT WAS SO COOL! So many old antiques and trinkets! Highly recommend, go into both buildings and sign the book! You can see mine dated 5/31/16
So cool. Loved the quickness of the stop and just an interesting look! Plus great photo op for memory book of road trip!
From outside appearence we didn't even stop.
A weird stop not to hard to find. The place may be small but it is filled with all kinds of trinkets and fun stuff to look at. The place is open so just walk on in. Just inside is a donation box and a guest book.
Not open in winter. Could not find it.
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