Finding fun during a Sokol barter accommodate – Omaha World
August 18, 2014 - table lamp
In a year or two, Maranda Stockton of Auburn, Neb., would like to pierce out of her parents’ house. In that time she’s formulation on stocking adult on home essentials.
Like a lampshade for a flare she already owns, that is what she was on a surveillance for during a Sokol Park barter accommodate and flea marketplace on Aug. 9 and Aug. 10.
Stockton was there with her dad, who was offered “boys toys.”
Cindy Holling, who was a seller during a event, pronounced a lot of barter meets tend to be geared toward men, yet flea markets are some-more for a women.
“Anything a man would be meddlesome in – automobile parts, collection – he substantially has it,” she pronounced of a equipment her father was selling.
Holling, who has been to 4 barter meets this year, was offered a vast accumulation of items.
“I don’t specialize in anything,” she said. “It’s mostly a junk in a garage.”
There were all sorts of things being sole during Sokol Park, that is nearby LaPlatte.
There were vendors offered automobile parts, bikes, collection and concrete grass statues. Other people were offered books, kitchen appliances, pressed animals and other toys.
Stockton was carrying around a rare object her father was selling. It looked like a judge’s gavel, yet on one finish it was a shot potion and a on a corner of a hoop was a bottle opener.
“There are copiousness of things I’ve found interesting, like this,” Stockton pronounced of a item. “I don’t know about strange, though.”
Holling pronounced she couldn’t unequivocally consider of anything too out of a typical being bought or sole during any of a flea markets she’s attended.
“I’ve sole everything,” Holling said. “There’s sea shells, welding supplies, anything we can suppose has been bought or sold.”
But, she said, people don’t have to have a reason for going to a flea market. They don’t have to have anything in mind, and it’s still fun.
“You don’t have to be looking for anything,” she said. “The disturb of a hunt is value a walking around.”