Thursday, June 25, 2015

Junk Stock

We went to a place called Junk Stock. Do you have that where you live? People sell antiques, crafts, fixed up furniture and more. 

It's so crazy here that they have certain designated parking lots for the event. Then buses come by to pick people up, and at the end the bus drops you back off at the parking lot again. It's $6 to get in the door, or you can buy a pass for $15 for all 3 days it's there. Kid's get in free. Plan on taking extra cash for food, or you can bring food in the door.

We planed on buying something, but walked out with nothing. I did like an old doll I saw, we loved some redone tables in one booth, and Travis liked an artist filing bin with long drawers. We really don't have the room for a table like we saw. The artist filing bin was already sold.

Beyond the junk they had a kid's section. 

It had our Storm Chasers Baseball Mascot.


The smallest pony we've ever seen. It was so cute!

A friendly goat. I just love goats. 



For city kids it's a treat to see farm animals.

8 comments:

~ Noelle said...

How fun. We don't have anything like this near us, that I know of. We have different festivals, but this sounds different.

Ai Sakura said...

Sounds like a fair for upcycled and op shop goods? No we don't have something like this either but I wish we did! It's true as city kids we don't get to see much animals or wildlife. Guess that's why we love the zoo so much :P

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That's so fun! We don't have that here.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Sounds kind of like a flea market, no? Too bad you didn't get to take anything home with you!

Harry Flashman said...

We have a flea market two counties over where the Mexicans sell the things they have burglarized out of peoples houses or stolen off their cars. There is a saying here, you can be ripped off on Monday and buy it all back in Pendergrass the next Friday.

When my kids were little they had a Welsh pony. He was a nice little guy. When my kids got older they had horses and some of those were not nice or little. My two black Nubian goats that were supposed to eat the meadow ate the house, my wife's plants, and my brake lines on the truck instead. I had to give them to a petting zoo. If I had sold them they would have been eaten by some of our new residents who slaughter goats on their front porches and hang them there to bleed out. Multiculturalism is so enlightening.

Masshole Mommy said...

We have a place like that here called Junk Dynasty! I haven;t been in there yet, but a bunch of people I know have gotten cool stuff from there.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Awww.. that little pony is very cute. There is a farm near us that has some miniature ones, but not that small. Or maybe they are.

indah nuria Savitri said...

that mini pony is so cute indeed..I could imagine my Obi would love to play with it..

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