Walked to one that was like three houses away. Picked up a GBA SP case, the long one with the grey front and the black strap. Looked like new and it's definitely an upgrade over the switch and carry case I have now. Also got a car charger for it. 50 cents each for those.
Also grabbed the Dancing Baby CD with the holographic front since it was a quarter.
Saw some decent DVDs for $1 each, but they were all full screen.
Tomorrow is another community yard sale so hopefully I find some stuff. The only game I've bought this year was last weekend a copy of Pro-Wrestling for the NES for $2.
The last time I went over to a "community" yard sale was Northumberland and it was terrible, people packed up early and everything.
Is the one is Sunbury any good?
The standard city wide Sunbury one isn't that great, although this years passed. It's the newest attempt in the area for a community one and a lot of people just hold theirs whenever they want. There's also quite a bit of ghetto sales and some out to try to make a big profit from junk. Plus, quite a few of the neighborhoods already have their own...
The Hill yardsale (around the bread factory, off of 11th Street) is usually pretty good, probably the best It's been going on pretty long and there's a lot of nice houses and it seems more people that just want to get rid of stuff as opposed to getting rich. This years passed as well. They tend to close down a little early too, but it's just on Saturday and it seems a lot are out. I missed this years as I sore from like three days of rain and it was raining that day. My sister said there were still quite a bit of porch sales though and found some stuff and said there were video games at a few but nothing of note.
The Susquehannah Ave. one (near the Island/Norry) isn't bad either. Again, think this years passed. It's one if I miss I don't feel too bad about, though. There doesn't tend to be a lot of games as there seems to be a lot of old people and couples with just daughters living in there. However, when there are games they seem to be reasonably priced. I got some N64 Zelda and Gameboy games there for $1-$2 a pop.
There's the Memorial Acres one as well, which I can't remember if it passed. It's in the public housing behind Weis on 4th. I think I've made it there like twice in the 7 or 8 years it's been going on. I don't think I've seen any gaming stuff there, but then again I never made it there at opening either.
The one tomorrow (and today as well, I had to watch my nephews for a bit so I couldn't make it) is the Hamilton/Sun Valley which is out by the railroad underpass heading towards Shamokin. It's one of the better ones, imo. arguably as good as The Hill. Again, reasonable prices, more people just wanting to get rid of stuff. Quite a bit of free stuff as well (and some decent stuff at that.) and seemingly always some video games and CDs/DVDs and electronics. Also, there's very rarely a yardsale in that area besides the weekend they hold it so pretty much everyone is out.
Although, my best of luck in Sunbury seems to be at random non-community ones. Especially around the post office for some reason.