If it goes to windward while close hauled, keeps the beer cold,
and snuggles into a quiet anchorage at the end of the day,
If it leads to a lot of work that cuts into summer sailing, not so
Keep in mind this newsfeed can be seem any place that offers newsgroups
in the world.
Maybe craigslist would be a better venue. Or if it is old stuff, the
BYOD on Old Wood Working Machines.
Mike in Ohio
On 6/5/2013 10:42 PM, Gramp's shop wrote:
30 minutes from my house, 1/2 mile from my mothers house.The FS has
always been considered adequate. It is good to give your location so
people don't ask stupid question & be clear the freight is on them.
Also let them know who is responsible for packing if it is a larger
item, or only for local pick up.
It's got its uses, but they're few and far between.
Alton Brown used hardwood sawdust to produce smoke for smoking fish, I
Sawdust absorbs liquids, so can be good for cleaning some spills.
Mix it with glue and you can make a wood filler.
Throw a handful into a fire and boom instant "fireworks". Steam engine
owners will sometimes throw sawdust in the firebox of their engines and
create a spark show.
It doesn't take a whole lot to do any of these things, way more than the
average working shop generates. Therefore, I make the following offer:
Free Sawdust! You pick up.
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