Monday's at the Webster Flea Market is always a good idea. I've been going to the Webster Flea Market for years. The market began back in 1938 for local farmer's to sell their crops and trade items they no longer needed. It's now one of the largest markets in the nation. It has over 1200 dealers. Webster is open every Monday, year round. Get there early and plan to spend the day.
The area called the West Side at Webster is always my favorite. You never know what you might find here.
Look at the adorable fire truck...every little boy's dream. I could do some dreaming about that chest in the back. It looks so French Country. Check out that blanket on the van....It's vintage chenille!
Webster is so easy to find. Just go west on Highway 50 until you see the Webster sign, make a right....keep going until you reach the market. And don't forget to enjoy the ride in the country...you will see plenty.
Before you reach the flea market you will see farm land, old houses and road side stands. These stands sell everything from vegetables, seafood to farm items. There is a great Antique store on the right before you reach the market. It's called Memory Lane.
What a beautiful piece of furniture. I just loved it!
This luggage stand would be nice in someones guest room.
I really liked these chairs.
I should go back and take a second look at them.
My living room has red as an accent color.
They might look nice with a small table.
Now here are a few items for the baby's room.
This little bed made my whole day....it's absolutely exquisite!
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