I Spy Horses: East Union Presbyterian Church

During my adventures and travels I always take photos of the horse-related items I see along the way. Enjoy these photos of horse-related pieces spotted at a rummage sale at East Union Presbyterian Church.

East Union Presbyterian Church is located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. The church serves those in need and individuals seeking to further connect with their spiritual being. East Union Presbyterian Church is involved in providing a place and items for their local food bank and have active mission partnerships with churches in northern Haiti, Malawi, Africa and rural West Virginia.

Every year, to raise money for the church, members donate items for the annual rummage sale. Most items are only a few dollars and on the last day they have a brown bag sale. This is where you stuff your brown bag with as much as you can fit for five dollars.

While perusing the tables, of course I had to take photos of all the horse-related items. Here’s what I found.

All photos by Marcella Gruchalak

This is a great candle holder or could maybe be a creative pot for succulents:

What this picture doesn’t show is me taking this baby for a test ride around the church hall. Yes, I embarrassed my niece.

Who doesn’t love the Budweiser Clydesdales?

This little horse actually made its way into my brown bag and now lives on a shelf in my house.

Looking at this one again, it should have made it’s way into my brown bag. It’s kinda odd and the more I look at it, the more I like it.

I actually have this in the mounted shooting version to hang hand towels on in one of my bathrooms.

I tried to get my niece to think this was cool to take her school lunches in, but this lunch box was a hard no.

This horse is awesome with his gaping mouth, wild hair, and crazy eyes. What’s not to love about this one?

Find the horses around you and go riding, Horse Nation!

Have you spied horses in your adventures and travels (specifically horses that aren’t, you know, in a barn or pasture)? If so, send your photo/s with a brief explanation to [email protected] with the subject line “I Spy Horses.” You might see your photo featured in a future edition of I Spy. Remember, you need to own the rights to all photos you send, otherwise we can’t share them.