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July 31, 2012

Pickers Paradise

The Tick Ridge home of Steve & Sue Wilson is a testament to their love of collectibles

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She says having her gift/antique shop is work, but also a pleasurable experience of being surrounded by items she enjoys, friends and family.
“We have people like Rick Delk who like to stop by, get a soft drink, and sit out on the front porch.
“I’m usually around, but if I’m not here, people leave money for their drinks on the table.”
And when she’s away, you can rest assured she’s more than likely out looking for more uantiques.
“The main thing I’m looking for now is a mill stone. Of course, I have no place to put it, but would likely lean it up against a tree.
“I told Steve, I just might use it for my headstone.”
 

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