|Michael (Pat's husband) at the end (behind his wood turnings) then Marsha, and Pat in a sweater to match my display green. (these are my wares in the foreground.)|
I came home at 1:30 and collapsed. Still haven't absorbed enough liquids. Well, I usually take a water bottle, but it was so darn cold at 8:45 when I left home, all I could think of was hot coffee in a thermos.
|Elise was describing something extraordinary to Bette. Wonder what?|
This was our last market for Mud Buddies for the year. All in all, we have had a good Tail Gate season.
Who knows what next year will bring.
Oh, here are some pics of my pieces that sold today. I also enjoyed a bit of trading with others.
|Two men were interested in this, one left and said if it was still there, he'd buy it when he came back, it wasn't. I didn't think to tell him I could make another one. DUH!|
|There are still more of these, and I've finally reduced the price (see Etsy shop)|
|These $25 mugs went for $18. It was a Tail Gate sale after all.|
|Another vendor bought this bowl, and I love thinking of her mixing things to serve her family with it. (it was reduced and she traded for part of the price also!)|
|A medium size mixing bowl, which went to a patron of my endeavors, at a lowered price. I even gave her one of the extra plates that goes with the set she purchased a year ago. She then gave me a CD of her flute playing.||.|
And this was the most fun adventure in trading for me today. I really wanted this cornucopia to go to a new home where it could be enjoyed for the holidays. A woman was quite interested, and I told her the price was reduced in half. She still smiled, so I said, of course we could maybe trade something. She said she could only offer jams and pies. I smiled, and said we could certainly work out a trade. So I've got a great deal, and she walked around the market without having it wrapped, she was so pleased with her side of the trade!