Why do we love yard sales?

I enjoy going to a yard sale and, like my wife, I would also say you never know what you are gonna find. That said, a few things that will catch my attention... tools.

Tools are expensive and let’s face it, how often do you use certain ones, but they are good to have and if you find a used tool in good condition at a bargain price. Another item that will catch my eye: golf stuff.

I’m not a good golfer, who really is (lol) -- but I enjoy being out on the course and if you can grab a unique golf item at a bargain, again -- WIN!

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Two summers ago, I scored a really nice putter and have it in my bag right now. Finally I enjoy looking at historical stuff too. Nothing in particular, but if you have antique stuff out I will look.

If you are looking for a great bargain and lots of them, then you won’t want to miss this Saturday in Tuckerton. The Southern Ocean County town is hosting a town-wide yard sale. Folks all over town will have their yard sale items out tomorrow (Saturday, June 12th) so swing by Tuckerton and do some shopping.

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