Thanks to Ted Smith for contributing these photos and narrative
On a bright, sunny April 23, people came to the pool parking lot to search and find that irresistible item that was bargain priced at the Annual Governors Village Garage Sale. People found items that they didn’t even know they needed and everyone seemed pleased with their purchases.
There was no kitchen sink, but there were two refrigerators, a dishwasher a door for sale and even a zebra!
People would buy a few things, bring them to their vehicles and then return to find more interesting things.
There was something for everyone; women, men and children too. There were a variety of things to please even the most discriminating taste. Grandparents were looking for toys and stuffed animals for their grandchildren. Even if nothing was purchased there was opportunity to chat with neighbors as they too strolled around the parking lot.
Just look at the pictures to see the people that visited and some of the items that were available.
At the end of the day, sellers were pleased at not having to bring things back home and buyers were deep in thought to see how their new purchases might be placed in their homes.
Thanks to Debbi Nichols for once again organizing our annual sale.