One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, or so the saying goes.
Someone buys an item, only to sell it. The next person uses it, and, eventually, sells it again.
Take Littleton resident Linda Coughlin, who was selling antiques during Ken Caryl’s community garage sale on Friday. Coughlin had a large feather Mandala dream-catcher prominently displayed on the garage siding, hoping to sell it to someone as it had been sold to her.