The Imposter Tour #44: Mobile, Alabama


Our next stop was here at the Mobile Flea market. We called ahead and was given permission to sleep in the parking lot since we would be getting there super late after the Sabbath. This was a huge blessing for us so we didn’t have to pay for a one night camping spot.

The Mobile Flea Market was quite large and very busy. Some pictures of the full parking lot.

Brother Danny was up very early despite pulling into the flea market late the night before. He sat everything up and he did a great job!

Brother Mike making sure the table is well stocked full of DVD’s for those who are interested. Such as this lady who was one of many that stopped by our booth that day!

Sister Linda, out taking a walk through the flea market. This flea market was very busy with lots of people and lots of bargains.

Normally on Sunday’s, flea markets don’t get busy until after church services. Not here! The Mobile Flea Market stayed busy like this the entire Sunday we were there.

This vendor had a lot of musical instruments!

Lots and lots of produce!

Once you’ve been orange picking, you won’t want to buy the store-bought oranges. Years ago, we went orange picking while down in Florida. The oranges looked and taste anything like the ones the super markets sell. I was shocked when I first picked an orange. It was not very orange in color along with it had no shiny wax coating on it. However, it was extremely juicy, sweet and it has seeds! Very good orange.

Look at this? I was so surprised to see this at the Mobile Flea Market? Very cool! Well off to our next tour stop, Pass Christian Mississippi!

The Imposter Tour #42: Sadie’s Flea Market – Dothan, Alabama

While staying at Brother Lee’s ranch, we managed to get a spot at the Sadie’s Flea Market in Alabama.

Getting our spot set up before the people start coming:

Here is a picture from the side and as we can see lots of vendors.
This is just one stretch of the outside area. We were very surprised when we got here at how big Sadie’s Flea Market really is. Besides the huge outside area there is also an indoor area for vendors to set up shop. As tight as the economy has been, people are always looking for great bargains. Besides community yard sales, home owner yard sales, second hand and thrift stores flea markets are a great place to find hidden treasures!

Here is a view from one of the isle found inside the flea market. There was so much stuff here, wow!

Shalom EVERYONE! We had a very busy day here, as we gave 50 DVD’s away! We are so excited to get to set up at our next spot in Gulf Breeze.  Can’t wait to see you all there.