On Saturday, Kyle and I drove across town to the South Drive-In Flea Market. It’s also the home of the only active drive-in movie theatre left in Columbus.
There were a few local farmers selling produce, as well. Kind of a staple at any open air market in Ohio. These vegetables were so pretty, too.
One of the old drive-in screens…
This man was nice enough to let me take his picture. Jeff, if you ever see this, thanks for making the flea market so memorable!
My favorite finds of the morning…
This comic issue is the same one that Kyle’s older brother, Orion, lost a long time ago. Orion passed away in 2005 and when Kyle saw this, he decided to buy it for Orion’s son, our nephew.
I bargained hard for an entire box of antique photographs. Here are some of my favorites…
These two guys are so handsome. And even though there are no names or dates, I can’t help thinking they’re brothers. Or maybe the same guy…What do you all think?
So crazy…I told Kyle when we got the market that the only thing I was definitely looking for was a pair of vintage brown cowboy boots. And the only pair of women’s boots in the entire flea market…my size. It was meant to be.
Kyle and I have recently fallen in love with the vinyl medium. While we were pawing through a stack of old LPs, the vendor told us he’d part with the entire BOX (about 25 or 30 albums) for $5. We couldn’t pass it up. Here are some of our favorites.
What about YOU? Anyone doing any thrifting lately?
PS: Thanks so much for all the birthday messages yesterday! They meant a lot to me.