Tim has been trying to help Nick & Bryce find new fishing poles, so last Saturday we went with him and Denise, and Ken & Deby (our other neighbors) to the Mexican Flea Market.
We saw lots of “interesting” things for sale at the flea market . . .
including birds, bunnies and chickens,
(these were just the Chevy lights!)
tools and rosaries.
Then there were the cowboy boots . . . just about every other booth we walked past had boots!
There were fancy ones,
slightly outrageous ones,
and even teeny-tiny ones!
I’m not sure how you get little baby feet into them!!
We walked all though the flea market, and the only purchase that anybody made was some produce.
From the Mexican flea market, we drove down the road to the Super Flea Market . . . Tim said there were usually several people there selling fishing poles and tackle. We didn’t see anything worth buying, but we did find an interesting antiques booth. He had lots of tools and kitchen utensils, including this meat grinder (look familiar? It gave me cravings for ground bologna!) . . .
How ‘bout a waffle iron?
Or a camera?
We were all pretty hungry, so we stopped for some lunch.
No, we didn’t have fried gator tail . . . but we did have BBQ pulled pork that was pretty good!
After lunch, we continued walking through the market, but again didn’t buy anything. I did see an interesting game booth . . . lots of rainy day activities here!
Also, a puzzle that was a reminder of our home state . . .
So, it wasn’t a successful shopping trip . . . oh, I take that back – I did buy a pie pan at a kitchen booth! . . . but it was a fun and interesting way to spend the afternoon!