Most dealers were inside the large armory-type building so it was much more pleasant for all of us. There was really something for everyone. I was sort of surprised by the lack of high end antiques but there were a few things -- very little furniture, nothing that appealed to my primitive taste but lots of jewelry, collectible glassware, dishes including several really nice turkey platters, used clothing that was supposedly vintage but just looked used to me, several booths that were selling specialty food items and many, many vintage Christmas things.
My son collects WWII memorabilia and I was able to find several things for him for Christmas and his birthday. Can't show you because his girlfriend reads my blog and I don't want to spoil the surprise! I also got a few things for her -- keepin' her guessing.
I love the old hardware -- wheels, bedsprings, hinges, doorknobs, ceiling tiles, fencing, gates and old barn wood.