We decided to check out the Flea Market today. It's been awhile since we wandered through and the temperature is down under a 100 degrees so today sounded like a good day to do that. Technically Bussey's Flea Market is in Schertz not San Antonio but Schertz is right on the northeast corner of San Antonio.
You'll see the the flea market sign right off of IH-35 as you head north to Austin.
When you get even closer, you'll see the Texas size armadillo. See, they are claiming San Antonio too.
The Flea Market itself is free but they do charge you $1.00 for parking. Pretty cheap for an afternoon's entertainment and you never know what you will find.
There is some shade as most of the flea market has covers over the walkway. It was actually a bit more crowded than it looks here.
This booth has all kinds of frou-frou to pick through.
But you never know what you will find.
Incense anyone? How about some Mexican pottery?
You can grab a bite to eat from this cantina or one of the other booths selling sodas or ice cream.
These vendors put up their own canopies. Military items on the left, lampshades and homemade craft items on the right. How about some Legos by the pound?
There's lots more to see. The garage style booths are at the front and more permanent booths fill up the rest of the area. There's a tool and hardware store. Also a rug store. How about some antiques? Maybe some kitchenware. Come and while away an afternoon.
And what do the longdogs do while we are at the flea market....well, they nap of course but you'll find it hard to catch them at it.