Who doesn’t like a good yard sale?  What about a hearty flea market?  Count me in on both.

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Last year, the pandemic put a halt on these shopping choices.  This year we can stroll again!

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Flea markets are good for three things.

(not in any particular order)

GOOD FOOD...

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FRIED SHRIMP - YUM!

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TACOS - SURE!

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DONUTS!

SOME GREAT FINDS...

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Vintage teacups

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Throwback plate from Mc Donalds

AND A CHANCE TO GET SOME GREAT EXERCISE...

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"Anything on the table $2"

Where are the Flea Markets that are easy to visit from the Jersey Shore?

Asbury Park Punk Rock Flea Market

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Berlin Farmers Market

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Columbus Farmers Market

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 Collingswood Farmers' Market

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Englishtown Auction

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Five Acres Flea Market

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Neshanic Flea Market

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New Egypt Flea Market Village

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New Meadowlands Market

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Regardless of which market you visit you are bound to come across a vast collection of items.  There are times you get lucky and find exactly what you were looking for.  There are times that you are pleasantly surprised and find something you didn’t think you needed and end up buying it anyway as an impulse.

Then there are those times when you come across items that are literally head-scratchers.  Sometimes creepy.

Here are a few of those not-so-ordinary selections for sale...

Weird Finds At Flea Market

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