Monday, August 26, 2013

8/23- 8/26/2013 Cleaning Things Out!

(Arizona City, AZ)
(Arizona City, AZ)
We’re finally down to a comfortable seventy six degrees in the house.  Its totally unbearable outside.  If we say it once a day, we say it a dozen, “How do people live here all the time?”  It just baffles us but then we figure they go from an air conditioned house to air conditioned car to air conditioned work back to the car and back to the house.  These people must live indoors!

Bob has decided that hot weather or no he had to get the shed cleaned out.  He started early morning and emptied it.  He sorted as he started putting things back.  He found places for everything and started two bins for me.  In these bins are things like this.

A desktop lighted water feature.  I didn’t even know we had this!


Fishing shoes!  Well, that what’s I call them.  They go on your shoes so you can stand on the rocks and keep a good footing.  Bob doesn’t fish the rocks anymore.


A Euro Chopper!  I have no idea where this came from or how long we’ve had it.

How about this brand new, still in the packaging gun caddy.

We found this yard flag that’s all about Mr. Fixit.  We bought this with the idea in mind that we would hang it out and let people know that Bob was pretty handy, which is putting it in the simplest term possible, and then he would pick up side jobs.  It’s never been out of the plastic bag until now and I truly shudder to think what we paid for this thing!  Actually, the price tag is still on it and I wonder, “What the hell were we thinking?”

So why do I have pictures of all these things?  One four letter word,,,,,EBAY!  We did so well with EBAY when we were preparing to go on the road that we decided to try it again.  Sure beats throwing this perfectly good stuff away and I absolutely refuse to give a thing to Goodwill. 

So, I’ve taken pictures of all the things we’re going to put on EBAY.  Of course this won’t happen until we we get back from Indiana, whenever that may be, but in the meantime I’m writing up the descriptions and getting prepared.

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