The Ultimate Yardsale
The first yardsale of the year that we joined 249 other spaces at the Stone Hedge farm/campground where country is at its best. It was a beautiful day and very warm, many of us getting good sunburns, but we all did well. At this yardsale I sold mostly my wooden projects though my gourds and a couple stain glass peices also sold. This was put on by 99.9 The Wolf and 107.5 Frank fm radio stations, and was very well organized and advertised. When the gates opened for buisness at 8:00 am there was a never ending flow of people from all over checking out all 200 plus spaces to see what kind of goodies they could find. We also took a bale of our timothy clover hay and put a sign on it saying we had some more for sale. We sold out on the hay!!!
Many of my wood projects and box of nature & secnic My stain glass table.
photos my mom took.
More of my wood projects, and below plastic boxes I stain glassed, with each box containing a set of beaded earrings, necklace and bracelets. Also gourds I hand painted and decorated.
The Ultimate Fall Yardsale
Below are a few pictures of the yardsale including a gentleman carrying his dog in a pouch. I couldn't resist clicking a photo. A free ride for a furry four legged friend.!
A beautiful day, for a yardsale. Though there were a few less people with tables, the crowds were still coming in full force. Being fall there were a different group of folk, since all the vacationers, and out-of-staters went home. below are other pictures of the yardsale which was held at Stone Hedge in Gray, Maine.
Above is an old window I recycled with my stain Here I have more stain glass projects including plastic
glass. boxes which have beaded jewerly in them that I made.
In front I have my portfolio with all the different
things I've done in stain glass.
Above are more of my wood projects along with another portfolio of other projects done. Below again are more wood items and to the right is me watching over the tables. In front on the right is also a stand with more wod items. You might say I had a bit more this time around then I did in the spring.
Below are a few pictures of the yardsale including a gentleman carrying his dog in a pouch. I couldn't resist clicking a photo.
A free ride for a furry four legged friend.!