Monday's trip to the Webster Flea was lots of fun...
The day was absolutely gorgeous...
..a cool morning in the high 50's
and a beautiful afternoon in the mid 70's.
Mr. Flea came with me!
It was nice to have his company and have a driver...
BUT... having him there meant that we had to stop at
every single booth with a musical instrument...
...and spend at least 10 minutes whenever we came across a guitar.
He also wanted to spend time in the "non-antique" section...
looking for a baseball cap and a leather wallet.
I have no patience for that type of flea market.
But...fair is fair.
And...I did get a giant size chocolate ice-cream cone out of the deal.
Chocolate is the only flavor as far as I am concerned.
Not Mr. Flea.
He tried kumquat.
That's right...a kumquat ice cream cone.
He claims it was delicious!
I usually never eat much food at the fleas...
...or dally around.
I'm in...and out... pretty darn quick.
Looking solely for my kind of thing...
and once I've seen all that's to be seen that's old, antique or junky...
I'm out of there...
We stayed longer than usual on Monday.
Not because there was that much more to be seen...
It was just due to our different agendas.
he was a good sport...
...and we had a great time together.
I loved this blue enamel milk pail.
But...I'm too cheap...
...and the dealer wanted too much.
And, as Mr. Flea pointed out...
I already have a boat load of blue enamel ware.
That's the other problem when Mr. Flea comes along.
He's just so sensible.
Why didn't I buy one of these?
Never too many keys...
OK, I'll stop right here.
Check out the bullet holes.
I actually did better this week finding treasures
at a little trash to treasure sale in Dad's retirement village
as well as the local thrift stores.
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