On November 29th Mrs. Mitreuter’s Digital Photography students traveled to the Columbus Flea Market in Deleware Valley. They interviewed many unique vendors and walked away with some amazing stories.
Jerky Jack is the name, selling bones is the game
“When you hold it up to the light you can see the red coloring in the middle which looks like fire”
The elephant in the room, he wears a gemstone on his forehead.
A little, old woman bundled up in a black leather jacket, and black leather gloves, and a tan hat, “Who are you,” I thought?
His cowboy hat and his friendliness will remain memorable forever
“These are one of the most unique things I have ever come across”
The smell of kababs and sausage filled the air, but then there was a hint of another scent;
lavender and vanilla, eucalyptus and citrus
In this day and age when sometimes age acts as a barrier between people, it was refreshing to see that music can still connect people of all ages
My favorite and most prized possessions are my New York Yankees memorabilia
At the end of the day if he sold a coin or not, either way he is going home with money in his pocket
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