Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
gurdonark

cougars transposed with trees

Third Monday Trades Day flea market in McKinney was a grand
combo of wrought iron, texana folk art, a Peruvian band
with the guitarist playing Stairway to Heaven, a parking lot full of pickup trucks, turkey legs and long corn dogs,
country western singers singing to tape, airplanes made of soda cans, wrought iron chickens, pet birds, puppies and rabbits, chainsaw artists carving bears, ammunition on sale, and the Graham Texas Lions Club flag, on sale for five dollars. I bought the 1952 National Wildlife Federation Conservation stamp book; the original owner
put the stamp for cougar in a tree slot and vice versa.
Is this ebay or mail art or something to frame or something to keep and look at?
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