Last weekend, Highway 127 wasn't the only place to find a yard sale.
Several city and county residents put up their poster boards hoping to attract some of the crowd off the beaten path.
Barbara Willard and her daughter, Melanie Wiley, set up camp at Wiley's house on Bonds Mill Road just under a mile off of 127.
"We've found that this is usually the best time to do it," Willard said.
In about three hours on Friday, Willard and Wiley said they had already had a lot of traffic and had customers from several different states.
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