But things have changed. The auction ring was demolished many years ago. No farm animals to be seen now, apart from a few unlucky chickens and ducks destined for the dinner table. The fruit and veg are probably not locally grown.... especially the bananas and oranges. There were always a few tables selling assorted "junque" but now it's the main focus. The Farmer's Market has become a Flea Market.
|Want a new pair of green flip-flops? Or perhaps some outdated nail polish or makeup? Slightly used (but well broken in) workboots? It's all here.|
|Or perhaps a hat? Lots of colours and logos to choose from. Camo can be very stylish.|
|No idea what this chap was selling but he was very friendly, chatting to everyone who went by.|
|There has to be something on one of these tables that you've been looking for! Is that a Grecian Urn? |
What's a Grecian Urn, you ask..... well, about 5 drachmas an hour. (Sorry, very old joke)
|This man makes fretwork art with a bandsaw (or is it a fretsaw?). He made me a perfect wooden "J" and it only cost me $1.00. Why did I want a "J"? It was a missing letter on a child's alphabet puzzle.|
|To buy or not to buy, genuine Crocs or wannabe Crocs, that is the question.|