Attendance was still pretty good for the second day of the sale. I think it probably helped that it was a Saturday so all those with real jobs during the week could finally attend. It is only a guess, but I presume more people stumbled across our signs than came because of the online ad after the initial morning rush.
We were able to sell a number of items that I originally wasn't sure we would sell...like one of our artificial Christmas trees, our patio furniture, a computer monitor, and a work desk. Sometimes it amazes me what sells and what does not sell. Someone found our stash of a few garden tools we needed to keep to clean up the yard and asked if they could buy the cheap, broken, duct-taped-together leaf rake. Someone else dug out our stashed half package of toilet paper that was guarded by a baby gate and a "Nothing for sale here" sign.
There didn't seem to be as many people that were rude in their negotiation efforts that day. On Friday we encountered several people that were obviously looking for things they could get cheaply so they could resell them on Ebay. When they realized that we wouldn't sell a collectable item for 1/10 of its actual value (we were priced below typical market prices), we would get snotty comments on price (and the item would often sell for the marked price just a little later).
While we didn't recoup as many freedom chips as we did the first day, we did OK and managed to clear out a fair amount of stuff. Unfortunately, some of the bigger items (furniture) do remain. Wondering get if we will have to figure out another option for selling that. One more day to go and the estate sale will be done.