Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Webster Florida...Have you been there?

Kathy and I didn't make it to Renningers last weekend so we thought we would go to Webster.
It's the Flea Market that a lot of vendors go to after the extravaganza at Renningers to sell what didn't sell.



They come by the bus load.

We were told to go to the back, it's where the deals were, we thought.
It's HUGE!

So much....


3 wheel motorcycles, if you wanted one.
Would you go to a flea market and buy a motorcycle?

How about some turtle shells?
This makes me sad and mad....why and how?

I just hope these are road kill..

Of course in Florida you would want to take home a gator head...
not!

Look Laura!!!

Of course the standard dishes and glassware.
Prices were high to me.

And a frog purse for sure!!!
(that's a leg)



A beautiful blue sky!!
It was hot in the sun, about 80 degrees.



There she is with her basket..
She did fill it up with a few good buys.

Do you know what would happen if I brought a chicken coop home?
I do want one like this.


Of course Fiesta Ware.


Yummmmmmm


Look Anita!!

Why?
Soooo beautiful.

Wouldn't it be amazing to have one one these in your home?!
Great organization.


Bats!

Remember these?
Hiding in the trunk.....

Do you need one of these?
I'm sure it's valuable but it sure is ugly..

For those that collect beer cans..


Now I see come good things here like the watering cans but the prices are too high for me.


An old Florida house.


You just wonder who lived here and why did they let it go.


It could be so amazing!

Kathy loading up..

Wonder where all those people are going in those airplanes.

Heading home we saw the smoke from wild fires, it's scary.

Pretty church steeple in Clermont.
We don't think we will go back.  It takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to get there and the prices are too high for us.
I will tell you as you get closer there are a lot of yard sales going on.  We didn't stop because of a time restraint we had so we didn't get to check out the prices.  But for some reason I think they are high because of  Webster.
We did buy a few things, Kathy found more then I did, but not much.
So...We were not impressed but don't let that stop you!!
Thanks for visiting me.
xoxo

10 comments:

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

You took some wild pictures my friend! You never know what may turn up at Webster. I haven't been in quite sometime...I guess the bargains are getting harder to find. I think prices are usually higher after the Extravaganza. But oh do I love those sausage and onions rolls!

Blessings and say hey to Kathy!

Susie

sweetpea said...

what's with all the roadkill? thanks for your comment my friend! hope to see you soon.

hugs,

shelley

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I only went once a couple years ago and got great deals, I was thinking I should go again.....But, maybe not! I don't remember so many crazy things!

Carol

Sylvia said...

We've been wanting to go for a long time but not sure now. Thanks
for the great review and pictures.

Sylvia

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

What a completely awesome place. Such an enormous variety of things to buy - I think I could set up camp there and make it my home!! Actually, I could move into that gorgeous derelict house and make THAT my home! You joining me?!

Sarahx

m e g a n said...

I want that no fishing sign! you didn't buy it did you and by chance place it in your shop? I've never been to Webster but know people who purchased a dog there once, and named him after the place. I'm planning on going to Rennigers in Feb, are you going?

Meg

Sanna said...

Hi Sue,

Yuck! I just think it´s creepy with the animals.. it sure is a variety of things! Love the house. I´m sure it looked very pretty once. The possibilites one could do...

Have a great day!
Hugs,
Sanna

The Boston Lady said...

Sue, I went there with Country Mouse and had a good experience! I found a load of those Ball jars I love so much so I guess that made me happy. You were smart to go when the weather is nice, it was stinking hot when we went last April. Ann

Anita said...

I love that house...It is probably condemned but wouldn't it be fun to salvage that chippy gingerbreading...I am so jealous of Kathys bare arms! It was a cold gloomy day in Montana...but I found a perfect (well it was painted uggo brown but the price was right)antique dresser at the green mall...life is good!

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

I'm giggling here...I guess you never know what you will find at Webster!
Sorry you didn't find much this time. It's about an hour trip for me too...hoping to check it out this Monday and will compare notes!
I adore that old house!
This was a really great and fun post Sue...loved your pics! :)