Here are a few of my purchases from yesterday. This was $1. Me and Wendell challenge each other with the hard ones. Don't tell him that I admitted this, but . . . he's better than me.
I got this for Wendell. It was $5. It's a router bit set.
Not sure if I'm keeping this one, but the seller is a really nice guy and I wanted to give him some business.
Got this one from him too.
Jumbo boiled peanuts, $5.
This was $1. I'm thinking of making some kind of wind chime with it because it makes a nice sound when they clink together.
Instead of decorating my nails with this . . .
I'm thinking of blinging my FitBit.
Only $2!! I need some kind of stand for it now.
Gonna use these to embellish greeting cards. Someday.
This was $1. Gonna start exercising again. Someday.
Got this for 25 cents. Plan to teach nephew Colin how to play.
Soooooo cute yah! It was $1. Gonna give to Leslie so that she can use for newborn baby shoots. Kona was hoping that it was for him.
Crispy beef jerky made by a new company ($10). Smaller packages for $5 were also available. I picked the "Chiyaki" flavor (chiapotle/teriyaki). It's good. They also had garlic and spicy flavors.
Here's one of their cards. You can order via their website here and pick up at their retail location at 1034 Queen Street. Or just go and see what they have on hand. Hours are Monday - Wednesday: 9 to 5 or Saturday - Sunday: 11 to 7. Good to support these legit nice-guy entrepreneurs.
I got this for Colin too. It was $1. He needs to give several classroom demonstrations, and I'm hoping that the kit might contain an easy card trick for him to perform.
This was $3. Might come in handy. Someday.
This picture is actually from last month, but I wanted to share. It was selling for $2,000. Here are a few of my swap meet friends.