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My brother and sister-in-law hold a rather minimalist yard sale on a hazy day in the lot behind their apartment on Seabright Ave. in Santa Cruz, California. A later photo shows them gloating over a thin stack of mostly one dollar bills, so apparently they were gratified at the results. Thirty-five years later, some of their items may have gained in desirability. What would you purchase now (if anything)? I spot some vintage, even iconic, vinyl, plus a cool table radio. Neither my 1972 Datsun 1200 nor their Fiat wagon were on the block. The round table was off-limits too, I think. Cat is named Rasha; doggie is someone else's. 35mm Kodacolor negative, Konica Autoreflex T with Hexanon AR 35mm f/2.8 lens. View full size.