It was just about all gone by lunchtime on Friday. Wynonna Judd's "moving sale" at her home in Leiper's Fork, Tenn., drew hundreds of fans and bargain hunters who suffered the heat and shelled out big money for her throwaways. Among the items sold were a mountain of shoes -- some pairs going for $200 and $300 -- stage clothes, Judds photos, beds, couches and gilded mirrors. A red Harley-Davidson with black fringe sold for $17,000. Although she originally said she would not be around, Judd watched the fray from inside the house and occasionally radioed comments to her assistants. The singer recently sold her rural estate to move to another home nearby. A rep said Judd just didn't want to have to move all the stuff.