Friday, September 9, 2016


 Brimfield saw fog and clouds early Friday morning, but things quickly turned warm and sunny, with temps soaring to near 90 degrees before the day was out, hot yet tolerable thanks to a steady breeze. Hertan's started to fill with the post-J&J crowd by mid-morning, and it stayed fairly busy until about 4pm, when we decided to close. It felt like we sold a little something from every category today: milk glass, an antique typewriter, a WWII poster, a Syroco eagle mirror, even an old metal Schlitz cooler. And after all was said and done, today turned out to be our BEST Friday EVER (I think)!
 On Saturday there is a small chance of rain occurring mid-afternoon, but it should turn out to be a good morning and early afternoon for shopping, so we encourage folks to get there early. We will be open in Space 36 of Hertan's Field by 8am and will stay open until at least 4pm unless the weather dictates otherwise. Due to that chance of rain, we have already removed the fine art paintings from our tent, but will still have ephemera (maps, posters, framed prints) available throughout the day. Looking ahead, Sunday morning also calls for a chance of rain, so we may open a bit later than 8, but we will be certainly there all afternoon selling... and packing... and selling... and packing...

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