Photo by myself on the boardwalk in Coney Island.
An image from a while ago, when the boardwalk in Coney Island was under repair.
During the off-season, the shop fronts look completely derelict. In the summer though, the boardwalk is usually packed with people strolling about, enjoying the scenery.
Not much to report here. We are gearing up for a sale of goods at our building, Sunday.
'Stoop sales', as they are called, are very popular in Brooklyn. Few people have garages or yards, so it would be odd to call them 'garage sales' or 'yard sales'. We do have plenty of stoops, though, which is the term for steps leading from the sidewalk.
Stoop sales are a great way to socialize and get rid of your junk. Space is limited in New York, so it's good to be clutter-free.
Related posts: On the Boardwalk, in Coney Island, Now on Sale, in Midtown and Signs of Hope.