Shediac Flea Market - 5 Meows

This summer I had a sudden urge for antiquing and decided to attend the Shediac Flea Market! Here are Daddy and I posing outside the ticket booth.For this adventure I wore my checkered skull tank because I was feeling a little goth.
It has some punk-esque side snaps that accentuate my svelte figure. I invited my recently adopted brother "Vladimir" to accompany me. He moved up here from Michigan a few months ago and speaks with an American accent. Vladimir mimicked my goth look with this "Skellanimals" T shirt. Mom had to make it especially for him, because he is too plump for my accoutrements. That is good though, because I do not like to share. Speaking of sharing, Vlad and I decided to drive our new "Petzip" stroller to the flea market. The good thing about gaining a brother is getting a larger, fancier stroller! It has rear suspension, off road tires, two exits and a cup holder.
Vladimir is not so hot at walking on a leash yet, and I do not have an abundance of patience so the stroller is an excellent idea.
We head straight to the pet accessory vendor, and Vlad finds the perfect T shirt! It says "I'm not Fat, just Fluffy". It was a hot day so we decided to visit the Lemon Maid booth first.
Speaking of lemons, the breed standard for the Canadian Sphynx are large, lemon shaped eyes. Which of course mine are, and that is why I won so many ribbons in my pageant career!
Oooh! Our lemonade is ready! When this photo was taken, Daddy was complaining to Mom that there was "no point in buying me lemonade because I was not going to like it."
Delicious! This is where Mom told Daddy he was full of crap.
Lemonade makes me pucker!! This is the best concoction I have ever tasted!
It is so delectable I ask for some to go in my travel "Gulpy".
If you look closely you can see splashes of lemonade on my nose. I am a sloppy drinker.
Vladimir is not so interested. He is not the sour puss that I am.
When they hear I am a reporter, the Lemon Maids give me their business card..
and a lemon muffin! Absolutely scrumptious.

Next we shop for some books. After reading this one, I am now on the lookout for some wigs!
We inspect some wood crafts. Where are the cat shaped paper towel holders?
Perhaps more rabbits shop here than cats.
Oh what is that?
Look Vlad, another stroller! Hmm. No, these tires simply will not do.
This beautiful antique trunk could hold all my microfiber blankets, and look at the lovely patina!After perusing the flea market we hit Shediac's legendary lobster monument, where all serious tourists have their picture taken.
We give the Shediac Flea Market, and the town's enormous crustacean 5 meows out of 5.
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