That is all.
I am hoping to move into KCMO within the next month or two. In anticipation of that, I've been looking around my house at things that I don't use much, if at all, and don't really want to pack and move again. It's not enough stuff to have a garage sale (which I think are usually more trouble than they're worth) so I'd just as soon give them to someone I know.
This is what I've come up with so far:
luggage (one large suitcase and a couple garment bags)
- "Mr. Coffee" Espresso maker
- bread machine
an old computer, asst. components and 14" color monitor
- assorted coffee cups
- assorted glasses
- several hundred feet of garden hose
- assorted yard care tools (rakes, shovel, hoe, sprinklers, etc.)
an 80lb "heavy" punching bag
- golf clubs
Some of the yard care stuff will be subject to where I move and how big, if any, of a yard I have, except the hose. I know I have at least a couple hundred feet of hose that I'll never use. There may be some additions as I get things organized.
These two things are worth enough that I think I should get some money for them, but depending on where I move, I might be willing to give them away also.
- beer making equipment (primary & secondary fermenters, bottling bucket, bottle capper and about four cases worth of empty bottles and a lot of other bits and pieces too numerous to list)
- wrought iron patio table (with umbrella) and three chairs
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