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Annual 400 Mile Yard Sale packs US Highway 68 with bargain hunters

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Saturday, June 7, 2014 12:22 PM EDT

The annual 400 Mile Yard Sale is on, with bargain hunters lining U.S. Highway 68 from Maysville to the Marshall County community of Sharpe.

The Paducah Sun reports Sharpe resident Ann Lovelace rents her yard space to vendors for the event, which started Thursday and continues through Sunday. Lovelace's setup includes off-street parking and portable toilets.

Friday found Lovelace observing the visiting vendors and shoppers from the comfort of her front porch.

Lovelace said she's had vendors from as far south as Florida set up shop in her front yard. She's met shoppers from as far north as Wisconsin.

Another attraction of the Lovelace yard is barbecue by Tony and Suzy Denson and Tony Denson Jr., of Reidland. On Friday, they made their first sale at 8 a.m.

Information from: The Paducah Sun,


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