Miles Flansburg wrote:Did anyone ever make up a list of books that you already have so you don't get duplicates?
mike jastram wrote:Thank you to everyone who's supporting us!
Some items for the list:
The Beginner's Guide to Hunting Deer for Food
Camp Chef Portable Outdoor Oven
(or similar propane oven)
We need axes - preferably with good handles but I can sharpen them here.
Any rugs (not carpeting scraps) that aren't atrociously worn or dirty.
Wool: We urgently need raw wool for insulation projects. We can also use wool blankets or shearskin for textile hangings and projects.Pp
Leather: Preferably cowhide, but I'll use anything I can get. Preferably not super nasty chemical tan.
When I had my farm on mount spokane, Tim (my brother) told me about a widow that needed her dead husband's workshop full of tools to go away. She knew Tim and asked him to just take it all. So I ended up with a pickup truck full of nuts, bolts, screws, nails and hundreds of old, rusty hand tools. The nearest hardware store was 45 minutes away. And that truckload of "junk" saved me about 40 trips to town.