I set up a table and joined the fray alongside Joe Biel of Microcosm Publishing. I saw lots of old friends including Sacha and Ben from Vanilla Bicycles. Sacha has an amazing limited edition poster that I hope to share with you soon.
Hat maker extraordinaire Shaun Deller was on hand, displaying his latest creations. He’ll also join me for the upcoming BikeCraft happening at the Multnomah County Bike Fair on June 24th (more details to come).
There was even some tasty Swap Meat being served up.
It was a good turnout and from the looks of this photo, I think Dumpster Dave was pretty happy with how things went.
The highlight of the day was seeing the Sprockettes perform. They’ve got their own sound system now so they can rock it whenever and wherever they please. And rumor has it that they want to do a summer camp for girls. My little one will be first on the list.
At the end of their performance, they got everyone out dancing in the streets. It was glorious.
For more fun photos of the Sprockettes and Swap Meet action, check out this gallery.