SUMMARY: Doesn't that seem somehow appropriate?
But it wasn't a completely dog-free day, as we shall see.
The DeAnza College Flea Market, held the first saturday of every month, is one of my favorite places to go and browse. So much to look at, and sometimes some great things to buy, as well. Plus the fresh-made crepes first thing in the morning. (Forgot to take a picture this time! Drat!)
Rain was threatening today, so the vendors were a little sparser than usual. We arrived at 8, had our crepes, and proceeded apace. We wore, like, jeans, fleece, and comfy walking shoes (and you can see that most others do so, also). Some people, however, turn it into a fashion event.
The flea market has become primarily "vendors" (in contrast to people emptying their garages or attics). But that means that there's a lot of cool stuff that you wouldn't find elsewhere.
This guy's mom decoupages pretty images in glass, and they'll do custom ones for you of anything you want. I bought one as a gift.
There were actually quite a few vendors and sellers with dog-related stuff. One trainer even set up a booth to drum up business.
Then there are the purveyors of things like tools and hardware-related stuff, all of course with hand-lettered signs with their bargain prices.
Just what every classy bathroom needs:
Drat, forgot to take pictures of my sister and bro-in-law who went with me. Sorry, Sis!
Dogs were glad to see me when I got home, even though I didn't bring them anything.