Wow. That first table is certainly filled with an odd conglomeration of "stuff"!Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/getting-ready-to-play.html
I hope the dog didn't get fleas :-).
First I saw the Boedha. No thanks, ugly. But later I saw the little house and red shoes and a dog seeking for ...Sweet pics. Thank you.http://momentsfrozentime.blogspot.nl/
That's quite a collection. There are some RVers who love to go to flea markets. I can't understand why because our homes are small -- where do they put all that junk? (I try to get rid of things!)The Buddha statuette brought me a funny memory. My Grandmother, who was very straight-laced, strict, and lady-like, had a small one just like that on her mantelpiece. She always told us to rub its tummy for good luck. It was such an odd thing for her to have, didn't go with anything else she owned -- and of course I never did find out why she loved it so.
That skelton is creepy! It'd make a great Halloween decoration :-)
I love flea markets and hope Charlie found a bargain.
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