Sunday, 20 June 2010

Vide-grenier place Charost, rue Saint-Simon


Yesterday, a car boot sale was held on Place Charost and Saint-Simon street. And it was cold!
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Hier, il faisait froid au vide-grenier place Charost et rue Saint-Simon!

18 comments:

tapirgal said...

Crazy. It's been cold here, too, but your umbrellas look nice and bright!

bfarr said...

I wish I could send some of this Alabama heat your way. Interesting street scene.

Dan said...

Intéressant blog!
Félicitations!

brattcat said...

Is a car boot sale everything and anything that can be transported in the boot of a car?

Alain Alexandre said...

géniale dans la rue ; as-tu fait des affaire, perso les cartes postale; ou des photos ancienne je suis très friand.

T. Becque said...

I like this street scene! But what is a car boot sale? I'm picturing those "boots" that police put on cars to lock them up, but I know this can't be right.

Louis la Vache said...

Despite the cold weather, it appears the sellers had customers.

Brattcat & T.Becque: boot = trunk

Small City Scenes said...

I sure wish it would warm up there. It is starting to here. Yesterday was perfect but today was gray and overcast but not too cold. MB

Oakland Daily Photo said...

You braved the cold; hope you found a treasure at the flea market.

VP said...

A strange view in June, but nobody seems to care too much about the weather.

Malyss said...

Et ici, il pleut pour le dernier jour du printemps!! J'espère au moins que tu as trouvé ton bohneur à ce vide-grenier!
Bon dimanche!

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour Belle Ciel!
Hmm it's about 9 degrees here, what crazy weather and it's almost Summer!I'm really confuse! LOL
Despite the weather I would love to visit this event!
Bon dimanche!
bises
Léia

BaysideLife said...

Looks like fun. I'm happy to send you some of our 90+ degree weather. I'll even throw in the humidity! :)

Tammie said...

i would love to wander through those tables of things~

Woody said...

I've never heard the expression "car boot sale', but google is my friend and now I know. In the US, we call them flea markets, which is an equally strange name (would you like to buy my fleas?).

I'm glad it's cool somewhere, it's been unusually hot around here. It's expected to be near or above 32C for the next week (it's normally 25C this time of year)

EG Wow said...

Ah, this does look like fun. My hubster is crazy about looking through everything in search of treasures. Me? I'm always looking for great photos...and I guess you are too. :)

Jacob said...

My kind of sale! I assume "car boot" refers to what we'd call the "trunk"?

So what did you buy?

I'll trade you some cool for hot! We went to Orlando today and it was 94 coming home (that's Fahrenheit)!

Re your comment on Florida Fotos...no running! Lois banged up her knee so she can't run for awhile. I can't run at all. I can barely walk while carrying my camera! :-)

Marie-Noyale said...

Les fourrures sont de sortie!!!