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I went to Stormville Airport Antique Show and Flea Market this weekend. It's much closer then Brimfield, MA. Only about an hour and a half or so from New York City, instead of about three hours. It was a nice day but you have to be careful how you enter the fair. From one side it's all kids cloths, tee shirts and personal care products. You can get pretty confused ("wasn't this supposed to be an antique fair?"). From the other side of this small airport, that is were the antiques are.


After the winter I run down my stock of stuff to work on so it's nice to be roaming around looking for gems. Funny how an addition of one object, a broken part or natural element can set a whole new stream of new Foundlings going. I can't explain it but then, I don't have to.

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