June 9, 2015

a fine day out

I wanted to do something on Sunday.
Something outside.
Something free.
With donuts.

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The Brooklyn Flea fit the bill.


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It was fun looking at collections of things - and there wasn't anything we wanted, so we browsed for a while.


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Many of these fine men live in my basement.


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These, well-played with, not-in-the-package Star Wars figures were $10 each.
We are heavily invested in SW figures.
In the basement.
Of course, no one would ever part with them.


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$10 each must have been the price of the day.


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I liked the key hooks - he was selling the keys. We saw lots of keys.


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I love clothes pins.


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The air was lovely. There was a breeze. We walked and browsed.
The donuts were good too.

4 comments:

Paola said...

... and NO PHOTOS ...

:)

Scot said...

A DOLLAR FOR EACH CLOTHESPIN!!!!!!!!!
Let me know if you need clothes pins. I buy them at the dollar store for a dollar per dozen. They make great "chip clips" and they're a whole lot cheaper!
This post did, however, make wonder. Do you still have that little plastic baby taped to the inside of you kitchen cabinet door? I remember thinking that was ghastly/cool. I also remember wondering "who is this crazy woman from Tuvalu? She seems like my kind of people!"

Duyvken said...

I love donuts. The market looks wonderful, I want to dig through that box with the brass room numbers.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I enjoyed the specific perimeters on your wish--outside with donuts. Too funny!
Those are pricey clothespins, but it does look fun to browse around a place like that.