Archive for August 2012

Yard Sale Final Notes, and a Sarcastic Story

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 6, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Like all good things, even mega yard sale-ing must end. The threat of major storms helped us make up our minds, we were heading home instead of sale-ing into Kentucky and then picking up I64W over to Martha Collins. So, we went I40 to 165 and it was dice-y several...

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Yard Sale, Honey on the Road

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 5, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Even though I am a beekeeper, I buy honey wherever I travel. These are 2 jars of comb honey.

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Yard Sale, Today’s Finds

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 5, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Today was fun but for me the finds were few. There were several items such as jugs and silver that I was unsure about. In that situation, it is better to walk. Today’s finds: cotton fringed dinner napkins, faggoted hankies, glass floral frogs, and a piece of turkey blood stitched...

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Yard Sale

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 4, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Bumper to bumper traffic in all directions. It took 2-1/2 hours to go 20 miles.

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By: | 0 Comments | On: August 4, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Tennessee is known for delicious fried pies that can be found in restaurants, gas stations, and all along highway 127.

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Yard Sale, Today’s Finds

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 3, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

A look at today’s finds!

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By: | 0 Comments | On: August 3, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Close-up of beautiful violin.

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By: | 0 Comments | On: August 3, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Today’s purchases are a Karl Meisel violin, sewing basket w/ contents including silverplate sewing scissors, and bone crochet hook, misc. Cookbooks, picnic basket, plus a few other things.

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By: | 0 Comments | On: August 3, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Vendors at Clarkrange, TN. Storms had vendors and ‘salers running for covers. Many just called it a day after one storm flipped canopies.

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By: | 0 Comments | On: August 3, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

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