I fell in love with it straight away, it's metal and has a LOT of rust on the front as you can see but the inside is in pretty good condition and I reckon with some sanding and a few coats of spray paint I could turn this ugly duckling into a real swan. I just love its colours, the red, blue and white scream "Nurse Nancy" to me :-) It cost $2.
I picked up a few more things (of course).
What visit to a carboot market would be complete without adding to the boys' little car collection, this was free!! A very nice old lady took a shine to my eldest H. and bought it for him despite my protestations, he was delighted!
Little drumming toy - another freebie, the girl at this particular stall was the most chilled person I have ever seen (too chilled?) and just said "take it" when I asked how much.
We had a lot of fun at this carboot market, just 2 of the boys were with me, our middle munchkin was having a nice dada-son morning out. First stop was a stall selling toys where I picked up a cute little camera toy for my youngest for $1, he was then content to sit in the stroller munching on a rusk, playing with his new toy. My eldest had fun checking out all the different toys, had a few turns on the bouncy castle and enjoyed brunch from the sausage sizzle. I took a few photos on my camera phone and will post them if I can ever work out how to get photos from my phone onto the computer.