MHBPNA occupies a large area so not everyone received the volume of customers they may have expected but I rode my bike around and met many bargain hunters with their purchases.
For the record, I'm not a "Garage sale kind of guy" because we already have too much stuff in the house. However, I thought I'd share some of the great deals we uncovered that were too good to walk away from.
The wine glass was only 25 cents. There were two but I just bought one because it is always nice to have a spare in case one breaks. My wife loved it so much, we went back for its twin.
Here is a great plant stand. The person selling it asked the outrageous price of $5! But we talked him down to $2 (it was the end of the sale and he was packing up....this always helps)
These two awesome paintings were free because the people had put them out on the curb with the rest of their "unsold" bounty. They work really well in our newly renovated basement!
This artist's model was only $5 and can placed in a variety of poses.
Finally, the most expensive item was this Casio keyboard for $20! It has drums, arpeggio accompaniment patterns and a variety of sounds. Tons of fun for the price.
We hope you had fun with the sale. MHBPNA organized it and created the Google Map and form because many people asked us. We can do it again next year, or the year after depending on demand.