We were there all morning, leaving around 1pm. It seemed like to me that non vendor attendance was a little light from previous years. There's a lot of good stuff left so if you want to hit it tomorrow morning I think it would be worth your time. I found a couple of good pieces for my Skelly collection and got to see a lot of friends and met a few Oldgassers I'd never met. It's always a good time, everybody needs to go once and check it out if you haven't been. I think maybe the looming weather conditions on all sides might have slowed a few from coming but compared to prior years it really wasn't much worse than usual. Tomorrow may be a little dicey if we get the ice they're predicting. So far it doesn't look as bad as it could have been.
missed my first Its a Gas show since 2013... really wish the promoters would move it back to January like it always was. myself, Greg Greenberg, Foster brothers, Burke and a couple other vendors that usually setup at Its a Gas were all at Glenn Miller's sale. this has been the 2nd year for this conflict.