Sunday, January 13, 2008

Flea Market Ladies

I hear the Rose Bowl Flea Market is world famous. It ought to be, if for no other reason than sheer size. The second Sunday of every month, vendors surround the stadium selling everything new, used, old, horrible, fabulous, grotesque or sublime.

In proving the adage, "One man's trash is another man's treasure," you may have to dig deep--or walk a long way. Use your imagination, wear comfortable shoes, and bring plenty of cash.

8 comments:

Jim said...

Why would anyone want to get rid of those dresses? LOL

Petrea said...

Ah, Jim, for the profit. The profit!!

Petrea said...

Plus I think they're dressmakers' dummies. Those "dresses" might not come off, come to think of it.

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Jim said...

AH, got it, had to look at them again.

Pat said...

Lovely to see these. I also think that they are dressmaker fitting models. I bet that this is a very crowded place the day of the sale!


Pat

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Petrea said...

Hi Pat--Guelph is lovely! Thank you for showing me. I'm loving this photo-a-day thing. Addictive, isn't it?

People come from miles around for the Rose Bowl Flea Market. It's the biggest one I've ever seen and yes, it's huge. We got there late and so got stuck in traffic getting into the parking lot. But it was worth it. Kind of a circus, actually!