“American Pickers” star Danielle Colby’s daughter is the spitting image of her mom. In a gorgeous photo she recently posted, the 21-year-old is visiting the Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio, Texas. It’s a gorgeous scene of greens and sandstones.
Further, Memphis (Colby’s daughter) looks stunning in a black dress with a wide black belt. Her look highlights her colorful tattoos, which appear on her legs. We can definitely tell that the artistic types run in the family. The “American Pickers” star’s daughter is also wearing a green and black striped dress in the photo.
“The Japanese Tea Garden was so pretty. Have you ever been to one?” she captioned the photo.
With a background looking that serene, we’re sure that Memphis had a fantastic time exploring the site. The garden is open daily and is free to the public. It features gorgeous and serene displays of bodies of water and picturesque plants. Visitors are welcome to explore, along with their pets.
“American Pickers” Star Danielle Colby on Getting People on TV
While the “American Pickers” stars devote lots of time to their family and personal lives, they still have a show to run. This is something Danielle Colby knows better than most. She works year-round along with co-star Mike Wolfe to make sure the show has plenty of story lines.
However, getting people to appear on television isn’t always the easiest thing. It takes some convincing. But Colby shares her thoughts and insights on how they convince people to come on the show.
“What they do [the show] with that is they’re [the owners] meeting Mike and Frank for the first time when Mike and Frank go up to the door. The camera crew, the director will go to the door and ask if it is ok. They’ll get written consent and then mic up the people and then go to the door,” she says.
Colby also previously stated that, “We try to keep it as genuine as possible so the first meeting you get to see along with the householder. However, you do need to get permission to be on the property definitely because especially the places these boys go down South, you don’t want to pull up on somebody’s property without permission. You’ll find yourself run-off pretty quick.”
Though the pickers will never pressure anyone into joining the episode, they must work year round in order to produce enough material to make new episodes. It takes hard work and dedication – but that’s why it’s a passion. Professional picking isn’t for the faint of heart. And there’s always going to be a sense of patience that goes into the industry.