Today was the annual flea market at the church in our old neighbourhood and I was fortunate to have an opportunity to go along and find a few bargains. Quite honestly, this event has been running for so many years and is so well known that people come from miles around to snap up a bargain, so it is extremely crowded. With this in mind, I go with two aims: the first, to find any recent paperbacks that I have wanted to read, or those which appeal to me at the time and also to look for fabric bargains, which were sadly in short supply this year. I did however, find Vintage Knits for only $1.
A set of coasters of the Impressionist period for 50 cents. Monet's Water Lily Pond from 1897 is one of the more recognisable pictures, but I haven't been able to identify the rest.
A little light reading for the armchair traveller at $2 each.
And finally, two glass watering bulbs at $3 each. I was quite impressed with my finds, especially as they cost less than $20 in total. I'm so glad that I had a chance to go to this annual event as it heralds the arrival of spring (even though it was only 2 C with a ground frost this morning!)