A Morning Drive
Andy, his son Drew, and I set off to explore the numerous yard sales around the Staunton area Saturday morning. Since I rode shotgun, my job was to spot signs and call out addresses. Evidently sale season is in full effect, as signs hung on every tenth telephone pole. Taking full effect or clustering, many yards in a single neighborhood held sales. I wanted to capture some of the day with my camera, although I didn’t have any particular items in mind to look out for.
Andy collects vintage video game systems. The sales were on fire this day, and as the morning wore on he came away with an Atari 2600 with games, and a Pokemon N64 of some value. I gained a couple of tool bags and a couple of nice butcher knives.
Shenandoah Heritage Market
After lunch in Harrisonburg at Quaker Steak and Lube, we returned south on Hwy 11 to Staunton. On the way we stopped at Shenandoah Heritage Market for some treats. The market features crafts, antiques, and local foods. I brought some fudge and took a few photos.