Once I got Ethan set up with a bag of kettle corn and a fresh squeezed lemonade I was ready to hit the booths for treasures. It was fun to look at a lot of old things that Ethan had never seen before and explain what they used to be used for.
I found a vendor who sells new kitchen equipment, kind of like a Crate and Barrel without being fancy and he carries more obscure things. I purchased a yellow mustard holder, the one you would see in a cafe because we buy our mustard in these huge 2 quart containers from Sam's, a scoop for all those mixes I made a few blogs ago and a flat wedge scrapper for cleaning dishes since mine disappeared somewhere into never, never land.
I also purchased a lovely lavender Pashmina scarf from a guy who had a boxful at $10 each or 3 for $25.
Finally out among the more traditional type of flea market vendors I found these two amazing trays. I think they are from the 1960's.