Shenna, left, and Bobbie Solomon stand with their items as they wait for the car to be brought round after a round of shopping at the World's Largest Yard Sale on Saturday in the Hilton Head Island High parking lot. The two, who came all the way from Yemassee for the annual event, were happw with their purchases, which included a pitching maching and a bunch of baseballs for the kids.
Shenna, left, and Bobbie Solomon stand with their items as they wait for the car to be brought round after a round of shopping at the World's Largest Yard Sale on Saturday in the Hilton Head Island High parking lot. The two, who came all the way from Yemassee for the annual event, were happw with their purchases, which included a pitching maching and a bunch of baseballs for the kids. Jay Karr
Shenna, left, and Bobbie Solomon stand with their items as they wait for the car to be brought round after a round of shopping at the World's Largest Yard Sale on Saturday in the Hilton Head Island High parking lot. The two, who came all the way from Yemassee for the annual event, were happw with their purchases, which included a pitching maching and a bunch of baseballs for the kids. Jay Karr

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