Rain Rain GO AWAY!!!

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My face when I see the weather report for this weekend ūüė¶

Looks like heavy rain Friday and more rain Saturday morning.  I usually start planning my yard sales on Friday night, but this weather is going to put a damper that.

I might be able to catch some estate sales since those are indoors.

This break will give me a little time to prepare for the Seekonk Flea market for Sunday. Usually, this time of year I do the Brimfield Antique show, but the guy who I split my space with backed out, so I will still attend but not set up. I am going to do one day, Sunday selling at the flea market instead.

It is hard to do the show myself. ¬†I usually set up Thursday and sell in J & J Field on Friday and Saturday. ¬†Because the set up is left up, someone needs to sleep in the field to protect from theft. ¬†That someone would be the guy I usually set up with, but since he isn’t doing it this year, and I don’t want to sleep in the field so I will be skipping it as a vendor.

I did think about doing it, but I checked the weather for Brimfield and it is RAIN ALL WEEK! Brimfield is an outdoor The fields will be a mess, hard to set up, and turn out might be down.  With all these factors, I decided to skip selling and just go to buy.

 

 

 

Chelsea Flea Market Episode 1

Welcome to Episode 1 of Yod Sale

This weekend we visited  the Chelsea Flea!

This isn’t how I pictured the first episode going. ¬†Of course I pictured doing quick interviews, finding cool stuff, and giving a few tips…..but my daughter had other plans.

Please enjoy, like and subscribe over at youtube ūüôā

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We spent this weekend in New York.  While we were there we visited the Chelsea Flea Market on West 25th street. There were a few forces going against us.  It was Earth Day, so many of the streets in the surrounding area were closed for an Earth Day celebration and a road race.  It was also raining, but the biggest force to be reckoned with was my 2.5 year old daughter Sidney.

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Chelsea Flea is and outdoor market, in the shadows of a cathedral. The admission is $1. The vendors range from antiques, jewelry, smalls, books, music and clothing.
Unfortunately, by the time we got there, the rain had begun….And my daughter wanted to shall we say “stretch her legs”
I did see some interesting items, and I will be posting a video as soon as it is edited.