Month: August 2013
Decided to get out of the house this morning and venture to the Carmel Farmers Market. I was obviously not the only one with that idea because the market was PACKED. I mean elbow to elbow people. After making a couple of laps I’d had enough of the congestion and headed up to Main Street for more photographic opportunities.
Here are some of the images that caught my eye today.
I was catching up on some of my favorite blogs & came across a reference to the Midland Arts & Antiques Market in a post about Ralston’s on Mass by Indianapolis Restaurant Scene. By the way, IRS is the #1 Indy food blog on Urbanspoon (with good reason) & you should check it out!
I drive by the Midland building all the time & never realized what it was. I was downtown at the annual company picnic with the boy on Saturday & we decided to check this place out on our way home. First of all, this place is HUGE! The sign on the east side says it used to be an old window & door factory. It’s also a little tricky to get to because of the one way streets.
Plan on spending a few hours to see everything. I’m going back to shoot more pictures of the unique items being sold in the 150+ booths & display cases. Here are some of the more unique things I saw while visiting.
The P-7 Suspension Clip by TEC Accessories is one of those EDC accessories that makes a lot of sense once you see how well it works. I try to keep a small key chain but even what I carry can be a little bulky in some situations. The P-7 helps keep your keys and accessories from bunching up in the bottom of your pants pocket.
By clipping the P-7 to the edge of your pocket the keys can hang vertically and all but disappear. It also keeps your keys from falling out of your pocket accidentally.
When I received the P-7 in the mail it was even smaller than I expected and adds very little bulk to your key chain once installed. The clip is very sturdy and all but impossible to bend during normal use.
If you have more items on your key chain than you want, and hate the way it gathers at the bottom of your pocket, give the P-7 a try!