Mary Littlejohn-Garber, left, of Murrells inlet sells Rubiks Cubes from the sidewalk out front. South Carolina's Largest Garage Sale drew throngs of penny-pinchers to the convention center on Saturday, August 20, 2016. The annual event, now in it's 29th year, features knick-knacks galore, antiques, personal items and clothing.
Mary Littlejohn-Garber, left, of Murrells inlet sells Rubiks Cubes from the sidewalk out front. South Carolina's Largest Garage Sale drew throngs of penny-pinchers to the convention center on Saturday, August 20, 2016. The annual event, now in it's 29th year, features knick-knacks galore, antiques, personal items and clothing. Matt Silfer for The Sun News.
Mary Littlejohn-Garber, left, of Murrells inlet sells Rubiks Cubes from the sidewalk out front. South Carolina's Largest Garage Sale drew throngs of penny-pinchers to the convention center on Saturday, August 20, 2016. The annual event, now in it's 29th year, features knick-knacks galore, antiques, personal items and clothing. Matt Silfer for The Sun News.

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