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First off, our internet is back up and working today!
On Thursday we went to the 127 Yard Sale and started our day in the town of Pikeville, Tennessee.
The vendor booth in this picture is selling paper hornet nests. This is something my Dad has done. You wait until winter when the hornets have left the nest and then you cut them down from the tree. Dad had two one year that he sold for $25, so this can be another source of passive income.
Some of my readers know we lived in the town of Pikeville when my daughter was first born, so I took her around to various places to show her the first house she lived in and some other places and things.
Here is a photo of one of the houses we lived in and a tree I planted back in 1992, so 25 years ago. Visiting there was a sweet walk down memory lane.
The sale was so much fun, and miles and miles of yard sales. We stopped at many of them and found some great items.
One of the things I bought was this aloe vera plant. You can see it already has babies and I'm going to replant them and sell them as another passive income source.
I also bought a new bottle of hand gel and a cute yard of fabric for $1.00.
Another one of the places we stopped at was The Country Cupboard in Crossville, Tennessee. I used to love to visit the store when we lived in Pikeville. They have the best prices on spices there. We even found pints of flax seed for 99¢.
The cucumbers and apple were free as one store was giving away the cucumbers for free and we picked the apple off of a tree, with owner permission, that was loaded with them.
The rest of my blog post is from last week, before the Internet went down here. I wasn't able to post a blog post, but here it is for you to read now.