We like to reserve our spot a few days before we set up. Most Flea Markets are only open on Saturday and on Sunday. Therefore, we like to show up on Friday to pick a spot for that Sunday! When we showed up here, we learned that this flea market offers a campground. So, we thought we would check it out. Turned out the campground was so small that we about passed it up. While we were checking out two men in an old truck, decided to be the vendor police, I guess as they followed us then even trying to block us in a certain area. The one yelled out the window, “You all need some help!” When we said yeah is there an opening at the campground?” With his southern tone, he makes it quite clear we would have to see the office about that inquiry.
Despite this Flea Market being kind of small, I was very surprised to see how busy this place was. We had a wonderful time sharing our DVD’s with the locals. Another vendor couple who were deaf, spent some time with us. Sadly, our DVD’s are not yet set up for the hearing impaired. Nevertheless, they were excited to take them. They will be able to order directly from the website books and tracts as well. Here are some pictures:
We always enjoy taking a break to stretch our legs. As you can tell from the above picture this smaller flea market had a lot of stuff to look at. We saw some old, new and unique items that people were selling.
As you can see both sides of the isles were full of stuff for bargain shoppers to browse through.
This place looks like it used to be a bunch of storage units with a roof over top the walk way converted to a flea market.
Need a hat? This vendor had many to pick from! Lots of people looking for a great bargain.
We didn’t go into this shop. However, we stood outside in the walkway and managed to take a few snapshots. As you can see this place was full of strange things such as skulls and statutes. We personally do not understand why these things are so popular but they are!