CHRIS DORST | Gazette
Elizabeth Street was closed off in front of the Kanawha County Board of Education office between Quarrier and Lee Streets to allow for more selling space during the annual East End Sale Saturday morning.
Garvis Reed III, of Clendenin, carries a stuffed animal horse on his shoulders while shopping along Quarrier Street with his wife Kayla Reed during the annual East End Sale in Charleston Saturday morning.
Barbara Barnette of Charleston takes a closer look at a crocodile head for sale at the East End Yard Sale Saturday morning. The foam head, which lights up, was made by Heather Parks years ago as part of an entry in the annual “Anything That Floats” regatta on the Kanawha River.