What is it?
A: A photographer would use it as a timer for their lighting to go off automatically. What am I going to do with it, I have no idea. I liked the look of it.
Any guesses on this one?
A: A dresser I was working on this weekend.
This one is pretty cool. Jay and I stopped at a roadside fruit stand and garage sale in Eastern Washington a few weeks ago and Jay spotted this in a barn. We asked the lady about it and she gave it to us. Score!!
I had no clue what these were, until the fella at the garage sale told me they were....
...to hold hay. They were once on his barn in Texas to hold the hay for the horses. I plan on hanging them on my house and filling with moss and succulents. What do you think of that idea. We are going through a home makeover right now. We just installed a beautiful new garage door and no we are getting ready to paint our house.
Easy to guess this one right?!?!
Picked up two sets of lockers. They have no doors, (intentionally) and each bank of lockers has three on top and three on the bottom.
Q: Can you tell what this is?
A: A whole roll of chicken wire. Couldnt pass it up for only one dollar now could I?
Missing the amber colored glass dish that fits inside. What if I cleaned it up and planted some hens and chick on the inside?
Thanks for bearing with me while I have been MIA, work has been crazy busy. I am jonesing (sp?) to get out in the garage to start painting and getting more pieces in the shop.
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