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Topic: Consignment sale Yesterday
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09-08-2009 06:08:54

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Went to the fawn grove consignment sale yesterday. Not nearly as much stuff as in the past. Some tractors went cheap. I need to stop hanging around the junk aisles. I ended up with two boxes of books, a tote full of craft supplies and a few unopened cases of small glass jars w lids. I purchased a really neat old timer, like laboratories use. When I shot on a rifle team in college we used an identical model. Large dial, up to an hour and when it gets to the end, it both buzzes and turns off appliances/ lights that are connected to it.

I'll have to hook it up to the lights in daughters room so when she wants to stay up another half hour, it doesn't turn into three hours.

Stony Jim

09-08-2009 10:44:15

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I was up there for 15 minutes. That's all it took to see that there wasn't anything there that I wanted!


09-08-2009 13:36:54

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Mrs got the idea that she wants me to buy some storm doors to enclose the porch on the side of the house. I did it at our house in Virgnia and it worked and looked pretty good.

I did get 4 storm doors. need about four more. Hey for a buck or two each.


09-09-2009 19:25:32

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At that price, if they are aluminum, you could make a neat profit by scrapping them! Alum is up in price at the yard!

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