The flea market happens at the Huntingdon County Fairgrounds every Tuesday morning (fair weather allowing) some time between 7 am and noon. The merchandise varies with the vendors that choose to come and pay the fee to sell. There are usually Amish selling baked goods and butter, and Mennonites sharpening knives and selling household goods. There are also coin dealers, tools, 'antiques' and usually a large variety of animals for sale.
We took the white one out and talked to a him a bit - but he had obviously not been handled before - and did the 'freeze puppy' pee and squall as soon he was away from his litter. A moment later he was happy and talking to us, but no more puppies here! The owner said his name was 'Snoop.'
Kelba got to talk to a little boy as well - who was very interested in coonhounds. She tentatively sniffed the 'people's puppy' just the same as she sniffed the border collie puppies in the market.
In other news: I've finished knitting one of the dishcloths for my mom's birthday, which is March 6th. I'm also prototyping a new type of rabbit for the shop. The first prototype I made frayed at the edges (calico fabric) when a mistake was ripped out - and now I'm working on a second one out of felt. At the moment, Mark says it resembles a Cthulu more than a rabbit.. but there are still things to get sewn up ;o)