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Several smaller things I could access myself…. two pics, I’m not exactly sure what they are for, one I think is a guide for sharpening saws or something, the other, bits for one of the drill presses maybe? The aluminum power tools I just plugged in and they work, and quite heavy, scared the dog though. The sabre saw paperwork goes with the one in the metal craftsman case. The saw blades and small grinding wheels are just a few, there are boxes of those in one of the upper levels that are still in there original packaging. I know everyone said to post pictures, but I kinda feel bad doing it and making you have to scroll through them all. You’re in luck though, my battery died. I’m sorry if this is too much at one time.

Huff… I’m in Madison VA, near Charlottesville. I’m going to do so some looking into that ‘one day sale’ idea and maybe even a two day weekend one. I’ll have to start me a list of where all I can post about it. We were thinking of maybe doing something like that in slightly warmer/dryer weather. One of the farmers here offered us some space this spring when they do theirs and/or we could use the hay wagons and trailers to put everything on here so someone could back right up to it and load the larger items easier. Then only deal with whats left.

-DB

-- Patience..... it's always there waiting for you.


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