Route 11 Yard Crawl is underway

Ron Schmidt, of Star Tannery, sits alongside a collection of old Town of Woodstock street signs during the Route 11 Yard Crawl on Friday. Schmidt says he's had the signs for 40 years and it was time to see them go. The yard crawl officially begins this morning. Rich Cooley/Daily
Stanley Miller, 76, of Fort Valley, stands behind a line of his wind chimes he was selling near Fishers Hill. Rich Cooley/Daily
Joe Ramey, of Front Royal, carries an armload of buys Friday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Jennifer Burke, of Strasburg, looks over an old rake during the yard crawl. Rich Cooley/Daily
Heidi Jacob, of Front Royal, wheels her grandson Tristan Funk, 15 months, along a maze of antiques during crawl near Fishers Hill. Rich Cooley/Daily
A couple jogs across Route 11 near Fishers Hill during the yard crawl on Friday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Clifton Wilson, 86, of Strasburg, sets up some of his Coca Cola merchandise for sale. Rich Cooley/Daily
A man stands along the roadway amid a maze of cars Friday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Chris Viemeister, of Strasburg, carries a bucket full of miscellaneous items, including a cake pan, inside a pot he purchased. Rich Cooley/Daily