Sunday, February 19, 2012

What? No Big Antique Flea Markets in Hawaii!! Those Poor People!

Its just too sad, and this sweet little Hawaiian Clad youngster was shocked when he heard it.  There are no antique oriented flea markets in Hawaii.  Isn't that just tragic.

Its true they do have great and multi cultural experiences in Hawaii, like this performer from the Polynesian Cultural Center.

 But the flea market at the Aloha Stadium is geared towards cheap t-shirts, cheap jewelry, cheap toys .... well you get the drift.  This lady makes great soaps, but most of the dealers there were selling mass closeout goodies from Asian Manufacturers.
But I did my bit to get the word out about flea.o.logy.  Maybe a few of the flea market underprivileged will google our name and show up at our next flea.o.logy on May 5th.  Hey, it could happen!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

flea.o.logy hits the "Big Time!"

Yup, that would be the new Flea Market Style magazine you're looking at there.

And guess what?

flea.o.logy is in it.


That's what I said.

On page 16.  

In the article, "Best Vintage Sales from Coast to Coast"


Our little sale.

Featured in the best flea market magazine around.

Now what do you think of that?


Thanks, FMS!

BTW, I found my copy at Aunt Elsie's Trinkets & Treasures in Gardner Village in West Jordan, where they are selling the magazine for under the cover price. . . . 
(Now how's that for a great business!)

(Postscript, Feb. 22nd. . . Oops, just found out that they are sold out already at Aunt Elsie's.
Blog-watchers, let us know where you find your copy!)