|Beechworth Post Office|
|Beechworth Court and Cells|
|Tom the Bakery Bear|
Beechworth Sweet Company shop. It really is like an old-fashioned shop, but for some reason the lollies don't seem to me to be like we used to have. They are also fairly expensive. I did buy some fruit salad rock candy. I would have loved a golliwog, especially a girl one, but even the smallest were $50 or so. Then I saw a really tiny one, but it was nearly $90!!
On our way back to the car we stopped for a look at Beechworth Gold. Bill wanted me to buy something - we both would have loved the gemstone globes of the world - ranging from small to really large - but apart from the fact we would struggle to find a place to put one they were terribly expensive! Anyway, we were looking at a necklace Bill had chosen, but I wasn't sure of the colour so I picked out a torquoise one that looked the same. Decided on that, and a matching pair of earings. Got a bit of a shock when the lady said how much - the browny one was about $30 which I thought was reasonable, but the turquoise one was $89!! Earings only $19 thankfully.
|Beechworth Anglican Church|
|Quercus Community Bookshop Beechworth|
|Woolshed Falls Beechworth|
Next we headed for Chiltern. We looked at a junk shop on one side of the street, then one opposite. Bill bought a 'thingy' - not sure what it is exactly. It has two pots joined together, with one lid covering both. They seem to be too small to be biscuit barrels, but not airtight enough to be tea caddies. He liked it because it is a similar pattern to a tea set of his mothers that we have. Saw a lovely and unusual old letterbox on the street corner.
I went into a milkbar to buy an icecream and then we headed back to Yackandandah.
|Main street of Chiltern|
|Yackandandah Milk Bar and Cafe|