How to Get Some Junk in Your Trunk – Trip Tips!

Well, this is it folks, I’m wrapping up my series on the Longest Yard Sale with some Trip Tips.  While some of these tips can be useful for all kinds of flea market or tag sales, you will definitely want to remember them if you decide to venture out onto the old 127 Corridor in the coming years for the World’s Longest Yard Sale! 1.) Have

World’s Longest Yard Sale – What We Bought

Now I have told you how we fared at our stops in Tennessee and Kentucky at The World’s Longest Yard Sale, but I have yet to show you any real pictures of our purchases, until now.  You ask, and you shall receive. Below are a few of the smaller items we picked up along the way, which include a few old wooden crates, a vintage

World’s Longest Yard Sale – Kentucky

For the second part of our trip we decided to concentrate on Cambellsville and Frankfort, Kentucky.  I would like to say that it was a smooth transition from one state to the other, however that wouldn’t be entirely true.  Getting lost in rural Kentucky can be a little frustrating as the roads wind and the scenery repeats itself with barn after barn and cow after

The World’s Longest Yard Sale – Tennessee

We didn’t really know what to expect when we headed down south for the Longest Yard Sale.  We had an idea, sure, but we were newbies.  My mother, sister and I left from Connecticut and drove to Roanoke Virginia, after stopping at the Natural Bridge where we took pictures, and hiked about five miles, unintentionally.  Then we headed to Nashville where we spent two full days