Soon after returning to Maine, nearly two months ago, I heard radio advertisements for a large yard sale. On Saturday morning, I drove down to Scarborough to attend the second annual Maine's Ultimate Yard Sale.
As with all yard sales, gems are hidden by dozens of old Titanic VHS's, old football cleats and the occasional old set of skis. After two hours of digging, I found these gems and horded them like a seagull with a sandwich.
A Woolrich Hunting Jacket. Fits like a Charm
An American Classic.
Any Woolrich aficionados know when this label is from?
Love the Game Pocket.
This was my find of the day, a Money Clip/pocket knife made by an insurance company called Manufacture's Mutual.
I assume they gave these out as gifts. Check out the deployed blades. Deadly...
Powderhouse Mountaineering was a short lived outwear company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. They were popular in the seventies and eighties making 60/40 parkas and down jackets.
72 inches of American workmanship.
Cool little shoe form.
I couldn't say no for $1.
I love yard sales because you never know what your going to find. Before last Saturday I had no idea what Manufacture's Mutual or Powederhorn Industries was. In the end I spent a whopping 42 dollars US currency and walked away with an invaluable smile on my face.