There were all of three sales on my list. I headed to the first but was side-tracked by a sign for a sale not advertised online. There I bought the Fisher Price Imaginext Pirate Ship, the Playskool Heroes Luke Skywalker Landspeeder, the Disney carousel, the three Peanuts characters and the tin Ugly Doll Truck Bank, all a dollar each.
On to the nicest people on the planet’s garage sale. A regular whispered to me that the prices were extremely reasonable. Everything was 50¢ to $2. I picked up a box of clothes for my son, a faux fur coat, a lovely green dress, a Calvin Klein tote new with tag, a Spode Christmas pitcher, a Ralph Lauren bar set new in the box, the Lucy Hallmark figurine, two pairs of Born sandals, Coach sandals, black Fergalicious flats, all for $20.
I headed to the second sale on my list which I left quickly because their prices were way out of range. And it wasn’t quite time for the senior center’s flea market, so I backtracked to some signs I had seen. They led me to an estate sale run by questionable people. I started in the garage and found the purple hoodie and then went upstairs to find the Ugg boots, total $6.
On to the Senior Center, I was searching for previous sellers where I had found amazing things, but previous sellers were not to be found. I did pick up the Eden Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit and Fox for $2, the Lefton angels at $1 and the vintage Dakin Santa bean bag for 25¢.
Total of about $35. Potential gain $700.