We've been going to the Kam Swap Meet almost every week lately, and yet my sisters still get excited and just can't wait to look for treasures.
Sweetie bought this chawan for 50 cents, but later found that it was cracked. Bummahs. That's exactly what happened to me when I bought a coffee mug awhile back.
Geri vowed that she was not gonna buy another glass vase, but she did buy this glass paper weight for $2.
A guy gave Geri this ginseng candy to try. It was $7 for a bag.
She didn't buy it.
This Fulanitos toy dog is called Perrenganito.
And this one is called Lollipop. We found them at two different sellers and were $1 each. We're gonna try and see if we can find the other characters. Aren't they cute?
Sweetie bought these baubles for 50 cents. She's gonna use them to decorate Christmas gifts.
She didn't buy this tiara.
I bought this bowl for $1.
Didi bought this rose quartz necklace for $3. She tried to get it for $2, but the girl said, "No."
This wooden vase was selling for $25.
This Salvador Dali was selling for $200.
Geri bought these salt and pepper shakers for $3.
Didi paid 50 cents for this plate.
Geri paid $1 each for these 3 plates.
Randy was there again. This time Richard Kealoha from Abilities Unlimited was there with him.
Faye sold this glass plate to Geri for $3.
These vibrating Magic Hands massagers were selling for $3 each.
I thought this was neat so I bought it. It was 50 cents. I went online and found out that typewriter ribbon was sold in tins like this way back in the day. You can find out more here.
My three sisters lingered over old plates here.
The seller had a bunch of these YY Yonemoto vintage plates.
These cut-out rubber slippers were $1.
Geri bought this silicone muffin tin for 50 cents.
This ice cream maker was selling for $10. Wouldja believe somebody bought it!
Sweetie bought this 3-pack of Lavendar scent for $5. She gave me one of the packs and now I have it in my car.
Our norm for after the swap meet is to go to Sam and Syd's for Filipino food. We usually have the Sari Sari, Fried Pork and Shrimp Sarciado. Soooo ono!!!
I took these photos after I got home. I got these coasters for $1.
Geri bought this little basket for me. It was $1.50. I'm gonna use it to hold paper clips at work.
This cute little guy was $1.
He kept Pip's brother company for a little while until I shipped Brother off to Susan in Guam!
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