I would be wondering where he got those windows!
Old windows can be used for so many things...so nice to "see" innovation!...:)JP
What a great find for a photo. Hope you have a nice Monday.
Fantastic find though! This is truly a "window shopping" indeed :)
Love that old rusty trailer. I like the idea of a mobile business. lol
and i noticed the window shop is parked right by a do not enter and a no parking sign... LOL... love it and i wonder if they sold any windows...
Glad the old windows won't go to waste :)
My guess is that as my Mom always said, Birdman, clothes don't sell at garage sales." I'd include assorted windows also. Valiant attempt though!
Hmmm. It does make me wonder if they have any takers. :-)
Oh gosh...I think we have screens out in the barn for those windows.
Yep, different!! ?)
Well, if they were old, and wooden and chippy, I'd have to stop and have a look ...
Hmmm...that sure is a new twist!
...a countryfied twist indeed. But, in all honesty, this doesn't surprise me a bit.
Somewhere there is someone in desperate need of those windows so I hope they sold. I'd like one to make a cold frame with myself.
Ya....I don't think a window from a horse trailer is the best idea.
A unique window shopping.
That's how Mr. Anderson got his start.
Looks like south Texas. We have an intersection on the way to the ranch that looks just like this. People used to put advertising signs on the fence until the owner put a stop to it. Is that ambulances in the background?
It sure is an old trailer, though!!
Ya gotta make a livin' somehow!
How odd is that? Have a marvellous Monday.Best wishes Molly
Maybe they bringing the store to you,Tex!It looks funny!Have a lovely week!Dimi...
Morning, too funny, great post. Francine.
I somehow doubt that fellow's business is on the books, as far as the tax man's concerned.
hehehe, it's texas!! perhaps on your trip, you lost a window to a texan, with a gun. it could happen, then you would be pretty happy he was set up there!!just sayin', it could happen!!!!
Bizarre. Someone should look into this...
That seems like a very unlikely way to sell windows. How many who are looking for windows would pass this place? Nice shot of an unusual situation.
This is a new way to sell your stuff.
Good luck to them! haha!
This day and time, nothing surprises me. It takes all kinds to make the world go round. I am not very trusting, so I would pass them by.
Ah, nothing like being able to shop "on the road"!! You do find the fun ones and it does look like the Texas I remember!!
It is advertising :)))
Ya just never know! Kinda like the free curbside stuff in the cities! LOL
Windows, now tell me, where do I fix them? LOL.
Interesting marketing concept
Rehabbers? I think they would buy windows. ;-) Not I, though!
Funny post! Windowshopping indeed... :)
If he tries to drive anywhere I suspect they will be broken windows.
It does not make sense having windows in a cart like that. Great shots!
I buy lots of vegetables that way but never windows.
Hi TWG - love the counter-twist to window shopping - someone will stop off presumably .. cheers Hilary
My curiosity is piqued. Who are the customers? Do they just have holes in their walls?
Yes that is definitely different. Let's assume he comes to your house.
Dearest Theresa,Love your humor about this!Hugs,Mariette
Is this something like what we have down here, a " Park and Sell" area, this is so novel, I wonder if he did sell any? Jean.
Were they selling Windows 8 or Windows 8.1?
Wow that is so cool. Windows like that are so expensive out here.
Wonder if they've had any sales?
Hahaha, really unique!
That should be fun.
Lol! From living in the south for many years, I have come to realize that just about anybody will sell just about anything just about ANYWAY they can!
I also wonder who would buy the windows.MersadMersad Donko Photography
Haha! That is quite odd. It reminds me of a guy who used to sell golf clubs out of his van nearby where I used to live. I found that strange too!
Hi Theresa, Smart gent or lady to use their trailer in such as manner. Yes, likely advertising in case a random customer sees that trailer and inquires about purchasing used windows. Have a tremendously nice day tomorrow!
Give me an ordinary glazier to take windows with it but maybe this was a very nice bargain:-)
Hope those windows are just what someone needs! Only out in the country, a very interesting sight.
I am a Mac OS person myself, but wouldn't mind trying 'window(s) shopping', if the price is right.Nice find, Theresa!Peace :)
Maybe if you're building a shed, and you don't care what size the windows are, you could buy the windows here and build the shed to fit?
Interesting use for that old trailer. I've seen greenhouses made of old windows.
Well, he could be on the up and up, but then you wonder with him being on a random road? Most folks will sell stuff from their own yard, if possible. I know around here, Johnny Law would stop and investigate!
In ieder geval staan ze wel heel mooi op de foto.
Love it! And maybe he makes those windows, who knows :)
car park full of the old cars
Might be ideal for someone building a greenhouse!
Not your usual way of doing business. I'm wondering if they are old salvaged windows that he sells. My husband had built a double pane hot house out of old army PMQ windows that they were throwing out. It served us well for many years.Hugs, JB
No kidding! Quite the shopping experience! Has to be better than downtown crowds :)
I guess if you buy the windows first you can build something to accommodate them.
I really like your photos ... beautiful!
i have used old windows in a old shed i built,but i take your point.peter
Unusual for sure! times are tough for a lot of people!
Such an interesting thing to see and photograph. I wonder who was buying from them?
Ha ha - this is funny! Actually I would stop to take a look - I am collecting vintage windows for a greenhouse!
I guess they are saving on overhead costs. No warehouse fees!
Haha, I love that last line. That's not really the way people buy windows. You don't just pick them up at the side of the road! There's careful planning and measuring and ordering...
T, buy some windows and build your house around them!! Seems Odd to me too!
Oddly, but that how I roll, I am on the hunt for random cheap windows. A greenhouse kind of thingy is working up in my muddled brain.
Definitely a great pun. And a good question! Lol
Those windows are a hot commodity right now..you should see all the cool ways to repurpose them on Pinterest. Those in that trailer don't look like the type windows I would want to re- anything, though. :)
Ditto Janey & Co. :-) On the other hand, as one who used to cut glass for windows, sometimes you could screw up a whole order by measuring over or under a few sixteenths. =^_^=
Just so you know, I always carry my window measurements around with me just in case I run into one of these vendors. ;-)Jane xx
I agree, who would ? Very strange in my eyes.
Funny, that is a new twist to window shopping.. Great find, have a happy new week!
The price must be right! Tom The Backroads Traveller
Windows for sale, bring your own tape measure:@)
Definitely interesting! :-)
cool photo, but I'd be worried it was hot stolen goods, TexALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^=
I think he's selling a Microsoft knockoff. ;)
LOL! Well, maybe for a cabin or barn or something like that, but that's not where I'd shop for home windows.
Not something I would expect to see! Nice find.
I am not a window shopper / if I shop I'm there 2 buy!! ( :
Perhaps the sign was to warn people not to hit his trailer because the windows are very breakable! That makes more sense to me than selling windows on a corner ;)
I am laughing at myself. It took me a minute to realize that the sign was advertising windows. I thought it had something to do with the openings in the trailer. :-)No, I don't think I'd buy from him!
Yes this is a unique "take on " window shopping! Only in Texas????
There's a deeper story brewing here...
And I would bet they are windows rescued from a building being renovated or one being bulldozed.
That looks like something that would happen in my neck of the woods :)
that is pretty interesting. love the no parking sign and there he is....
Weird! I thought Alberta Rednecks were far out,
How odd! Since just about every window is a different size, this is puzzling.
Ha! Wow, that's interesting. I've seen a lot of things for sale by the side of the road, but never windows!
Definitely the first place I would think of to go buy windows... Pssst, hey pal, wanna buy some slightly used windows? Nice find!
That trailer looks real old, especially the design of the trailer, something from the fifties.
"Countrified twist on window-shopping" - I love that!
Different, that's for sure.
Window shopping by the road side--LOL! ;)
A unique way of shopping/selling things! Pretty capture
good improvisation :-)
lol @ window shopping.
Hahaha - definitely a different twist on window shopping!
Very interesting aspect indeed, interesting to see all those different things. Window shopping lol I like that!
Were you one who purchased . . .SMILE
Love country life, why not.....
well you just never know when you are driving by and need a window!
Love this "only in Texas" corner of an intersection!! I might want to look at those windows for a vintage style to paint on! LOL
This is a really unique series of pictures. Cool!
Hey, I think that's the guy who sold me Windows Millennium Edition!~
I guess we know who to call if we need windows!Noodle and crew
That made me smile.
hmmmm... I could have understood if they had been those really old ones people are using for décor... but, those just look like sort of old windows. Hmmmm... maybe there's something I don't know. ;) blessings ~ tanna
I'll bet there's an artist or renovator out there who'd be interested in those windows. :DLindy
Clever way to sell your wares. lolIf the glass is of the right kind.. I could see making solar ovens out of them and bake a big batch of cookies.
Ha! Window shopping! That's a whole new twist. I wonder if he has one that will fit my front storm door?
That is so random!! I don't think I'd take the chance to be honest!
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