The Salem Hamfair, at Polk County Fairgrounds wasn't huge but most of the tables were occupied and there was some good gear available, especially test gear, and a few tables of parts like air variable caps. There was a decent selection of boat anchors but not much in the way of more modern gear. And there were fewer commercial vendors this time, too. I had a table there for the second time, which I mostly get as an excuse to hang out and meet people. Lots of lookers, not so many buyers, but I sold enough to pay for the test gear I bought. The prices, as usual, were much better than ebay, and I was able to turn on and do some basic testing when needed, which is a big plus when buying old test gear. One thing I've noticed, though, is that almost everyone arrives by nine and is gone by lunch. Given that it is a ton of work to load in, set up, load out and such, it is not surprising that there are fewer vendors. Who wants to do all that for a two or three hour selling window? Was there some junk? Sure, but its a flea market and that goes with the territory. Do I wish there were more folks selling NOS parts? Yup. But I met some interesting people and had some great conversations and it was a good way to connect with other hams. Only wish the coffee were better!