Justin Holgan, left, and Daniel Beard load an antique library catalog into a truck on the property of Herman Henry along U.S. Highway 127 in Walden during the world's longest yard sale Thursday. Wendy Parker, owner of Miss Wendy's Antiques in Senoia, Ga., bought the catalog and an antique icebox to sell in her store.
Justin Holgan, left, and Daniel Beard load an antique library catalog into a truck on the property of Herman Henry along U.S. Highway 127 in Walden during the world's longest yard sale Thursday. Wendy Parker, owner of Miss Wendy's Antiques in Senoia, Ga., bought the catalog and an antique icebox to sell in her store.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Thursday, August 1st, 2013
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