Car Boot Sale
On Saturday, August 15th, I took part in a UK style car boot sale To benefit the Spencerville Mill. My UK friends will know what a car boot sale is. The nice folks at the mill were billing it as an English style sale, but they are popular all over the UK.
We could set up our allotted space any way we wanted. I happened to arrive first, so got the best ‘stall’ – right outside the entrance to the mill.
Car parked where I wanted. Canopy erected and partly over the car, it was time to open the ‘boot’ and set up my display.
With it being a car boot sale, I only took a small portion of my wares out of the boxes to display. Everything else remained in the trunk.
As you can see from the way the table cloth is blowing, it was breezy. Good thing we had three bottles of water and a bottle of windshield washer anti-freeze and a multitude of bungee cords.
You’ll notice, although it doesn’t match my tartan throw, I am wearing a red and black tartan infinity scarf.
While it wasn’t one of my better sale days, I had a couple – one of which using my Square credit card reader. I sold 1 copy of A Shadow in the Past and 1 copy of The Consequences Collection.