Skip to main content

Yardsale of the Apocalypse | Photos

Described as the Yard Sale of the Apocalypse, a yard sale featuring the house-innards of Erika Whilhite (Co-Producer, War of the Worlds), Beth Marshall (Producer, Orlando Fringe), Kristina Goats (formerly with Orlando Fringe) and several other equaly creative-looking hipsters took place on the front yard (and sometimes spilling into the street) of Kristina's 2-story apartment building in Mills50 Saturday August 15, 2009. We told you about it August 11.

If you needed to decorate the set of some indie movie where the main characters live in an apartment you only wish you could live in, youd have been in heaven dropping $2 on ceramic unicorns, $3 on a glazed baby deer or 25 cents on a vintage Mark Baratelli Fringe button.

The early bird garage sale freaks came (of course) two hours before the sale's official start time of at 8:30am. Kristina was having none of it. As they dug through boxes and caused disorder, Kristina was quoted as saying "You can look all you want, but don't talk to me before 8:30am!"

Around noon, four boxes of pizza from Papa Johns was orderedd and handed out at a dollar a slice. It was gone in 10 minutes, as was the Publix salad someone gave one of the two sweet doggies roaming the sale. The owner of the dog is vegan, but the dog ate the meat anyway.

It was a very good yard sale, with proceeds going towards Kristina's move to Seattle, Erika's move to some teensy city I forgot the name of, and Beth Marshall's purse. No one bought the vintage Mark Baratelli Fringe button.

P1260715
DSCN1590
P1260624
P1260661
P1260698
P1260658
P1260673
P1260679
DSCN1587
DSCN1584
DSCN1589
DSCN1594
P1260630
P1260631
P1260633
P1260634
P1260644
P1260645
P1260643
P1260671
P1260682


Photo Credit: Mark Baratelli and Jeremy Seghers