Thursday, May 15, 2014

My Mom Needs Her Garage Back!

After selling my father's childhood home we exhumed a treasure trove of antiques, curiosities, and family memorabilia from the attic.  Roughly 400 square feet of stuff has been packed into my mothers garage as we have organized the stacks of remarkable items.  We have collected family records, photos, and heirlooms and are still packed to the gills with amazing stuff.  My mom needs her garage back! Please visit our Yard Sale on Saturday May 17, 2014 between 8AM and Noon and get a great deal on some great finds. 35 W 1750 N, Centerville, UT 84014

Antiques, many from the early 1900's, that have been in attic storage for 50 years are now packing our garage and NEED TO GO.

Some items for sale:
Antique Radios | Glass Ornaments | Rare and Unusual Books | Antique Hats and Clothing | Furniture | Antique Photographs and Tin Types | Other Assorted Items

Help me get my cars back in my garage! Visit on Saturday, May 17 from 8 AM - Noon for great deals on great items.

Sorry, we are unable to return phone calls. Come check out the inventory on Saturday.

Major Credit & Debit Cards Accepted

 Look up the yard sale on these web services:

  garage sales in centerville on yardsalesearch.com

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It's been a remarkable road of discovery.  We've found genealogy records that have created and confirmed links that family members have been seeking for years.  We've uncovered photographs of family members heretofore unseen.  We've collected family histories that have been in storage since the 50's.  We culled everything from tender letters to hateful rebukes to beautiful certificates.   Remnants of war rations and other WWII memorabilia are among the more recent treasures unearthed.  It's been a lot of fun to find these connections to our roots, and a challenge to manage all the items that have come with them.  If we could keep everything, we probably would, but instead, we hope you'll come and give an amazing item a good home and give us a little space to strafe through the garage!
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