Trade days and flea markets in texas
Cobb shares with us her favorite spots to treasure hunt, where to cool off hint: I stay outside in the fields behind the Civic Center. I avoid The Arbors because most items are mass produced.
I also covet many items inside the Civic Center, but prices are usually pretty steep compared to the fields. I always park at the Civic Center off Highway I prefer to go Thursday or Friday; I avoid weekends because it can get really crowded, but the later you go, the better the prices get. January can be really small; the shows right before Round Top get a lot of vendors gearing up for the that.
I bring stacks of ones—vendors really appreciate it. I stash some hand wipes in my cart to wipe my trade days and flea markets in texas after digging all day.
And a cart is mandatory. In Canton, Dairy Palace has the best bison burger. I love to bring my 5-year-old daughter with me.
Each time, I give her five one-dollar bills that she can spend throughout the day. The trade centers have a lot of mass produced items. The arbors have alot of one of a kind things. These tips were swell. I have lived in Canton almost my entire life and have worked First Monday for over 15 years. Also just east of the Log Cabin there is trade days and flea markets in texas concession trailer that fries up chicharones fresh to order!.
Do you know where or if you can buy the chicharones anywhere else? Or do they have a store? We have had a 40ft booth in the arbors for 15 years. Also the Arbors have the most trade days and flea markets in texas antiques and repurposed trade days and flea markets in texas furniture. So happy you enjoyed the ice cream!
The Original Homemade Ice Cream, please stop by next time for a free scoop! The Original Homemade Ice Cream main aisle row 94, just look for the Aggie flagplease stop by next time for a free scoop for you and your little one!
I can truthfully say that in the past, we used to leave with piles of purchases, but as prices have steadily climbed and climbed, we seldom buy much of anything anymore. I can remember showing up in Thursday and not being able to find an Rv spot anywhere in town….
One year, the Marketplace graciously allowed us to park next to the building and plug into a v receptacle, because there simply was nothing left! The vendors were wall to wall, from Hwy 19 back to the civic center and log Cabin….
The long buildings by the Mountain are almost completely empty! Of course, this is a broad generalization, and there are always a few new things to see, but seriously, when prices get so high that the buyers are walking around empty handed, and when you see the exact same items in booths for show after show after show, well, no wonder the whole market has gone downhill so drastically. We wonder what can be done to make things turn around, because this has always been our favorite place to go.
I wonder if there is a solution or if it will just contue to whither. I just moved to the DFW area 3 years ago. Both times, I came away feeling underwhelmed. I wondered what the big deal was? I trade days and flea markets in texas I could have seen it in its hey day. Is Round Top any better? Seems more hype than anything…I had hoped to find unique items, not stalls and stalls of mass produced items of the same thing—I was very disappointed to get an item I thought was unique and different in one building only to find the same thing in the next building.
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