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Big Lick Farm Days Festival


I came here on Sunday morning and so some of the antique dealers may have already packed up and left since it was the last day. But still there was enough to see and a very wide selection of items.




Mmmmm maybe....




Eat your heart out Robbie Knievel. I just know that I could jump over as many cars as Robbie with this beauty. I could start by jumping over that black Kia in the driveway. Hey, if I don't make it over, oh well, it's not my car.




Well here are some beautiful chairs and someone could have had two of them on their front porch for a mere $32 each. But oh no, they believe they can get just as good a chair for $10. Well time will tell and when they get that $10 beauty it will be on here.

Anyway. all of this was made possible by Hinson Auction. If you are looking for vintage items and some new, I suggest that you go to one of the auctions here, it really is worthwhile attending.
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