ADVANCED FOR RELEASE SUNDAY, JULY 13, 2014 Shelbie Poteat, 5, of Denver, NC, who is familiar with chickens and other barnyard animals, watches a chicken eat at The Barnyard Flea Market. On any given ... more 
ADVANCED FOR RELEASE SUNDAY, JULY 13, 2014 Shelbie Poteat, 5, of Denver, NC, who is familiar with chickens and other barnyard animals, watches a chicken eat at The Barnyard Flea Market. On any given Sunday in Gaston County, there's nowhere you'll find a larger, more diverse gathering of humanity than The Barnyard Flea Market, off 321. Alex Sayf Cummings, a history professor who grew up nearby has written about this flea market. On Sunday May 25, 2014 people could get new set of tires, buy a pot bellied piglet or a new set of cowboy boots, and eat a deep fried Oreo. (AP Photo/The Charlotte Observer, John D. Simmons) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By The Charlotte Observer, John D. Simmons
Wed, Jul 9, 2014 8:30 PM EDT