Tim had the day off (a rare joy!) so we went over to the flea market in Webster. We only go a couple of times a year for a couple of reasons: it's about an hour and a half away, and it's only on Mondays.
We had a really nice time, although it was miserably hot. Tim bought a portable fish finder for $5; we're not sure if it works, but it was worth a gamble. Hope and her friend each had some money and found lots of little treasures. I forgot to take pictures while we were there, of course.
I found a lovely bag of yarn for only $25!
Nine skeins of Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Fisherman.
Eleven skeins of Deborah Norville Serenity Chunky in Pristine.
Four skeins of Couture. I'm not familiar with this brand, but I love the color.
It's a wool/mohair/nylon blend, so I'm curious to see how it works up.
We took our time getting home, stopping at Hobby Lobby and to see several used RVs for sale. I had put ribs in the crockpot before we left this morning, so dinner was pretty much done. I made a couple of sides and we spent the rest of the afternoon and evening relaxing.
I hope everyone had a wonderful, relaxing Labor Day!
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