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Jul 8, 2010 8:16 PM CST
Name: woodthrush
Albrightsville PA
Oh yes, we try to go to Saylorsburg about once a month. My husband has an appointment next week at the VA Hosp to see about getting an electric scooter so he will be able to get out more. We also go to Leesport Farmers Market and Flea in Leesport, PA. We like it better than Saylorsburg but it's a much longer drive to get there.
I used to sell my ceramics at Marshal's Creek Flea Market. The construction there kind of killed the market. I started selling on ebay after that. And I'm working on a cubit here, but I'm not sure what kind of business will come from that. Not that I want to work too hard at it anymore - lol. The co-op keeps me pretty busy most of the spring and summer. Beading is my winter hobby when I can't be outside.

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