Even Friday's rainy weather couldn't put a damper on the longest yard sale in Crossville.
"Didn't hurt me. As you can see, I'm under the umbrella and it's not slowing me down much," said Richard Smith, who's from Michigan.
Smith is one of many out-of-towners who made the trip to shop the sale. There's a lot to buy: the longest yard sale stretches 690 miles along Highway 127 from Michigan all the way to Alabama.
"I collect old toys and I found a few old toys down here that normally I didn't see up there," said Smith.
"I really like the yard art that we've seen and I got this necklace. There's a lot of vintage jewelry around and there's a lot of interesting things and historical things that I wouldn't get to see otherwise," said Michelle Hodges, who's from Alabama.
The Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce tell us the yard sale brings thousands of people into the county - which is good news for local businesses.
"It brings visitors to stay in our hotels. They also eat in our wonderful restaurants that we are blessed with here," said Ashley Allen, with the chamber.
Forte's is one of the restaurants that benefits:
"The yard sale brings people from all over the country to see this yard sale. And they stop in to have a quick bite to eat," said Ken Forte, with Forte's Restaurant.
And when they're done eating - it's back to looking for that great deal.
"We look for any kind of antiques. You just kinda know it when you see it," said John Presnell, who's from North Carolina.
The yard sale is expected to wrap up on Sunday.