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Ron Altier

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I used part of my weekend doing the things I have put off for a long time. Mostly adding shelves, tossing waste and rearranging to get more work space. Every year I look things over and if something we have stored in the garage hasn't been used for a year or more. It goes for sale, to Good Will or to the trash. Especially the things that my wife has collected, like lawn ornaments for Halloween, holidays and Christmas. Most don't last much more than one season. Besides, she seldom remembers from year to year what kind or where they are.  :-)

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Good idea, Ron. Gotta make room for the next crop, right?




Gene
'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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Wish it worked like that here, Ron. I just have to keep building more shelves and adding more space!




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I guess we are all alike in that way, just to different degrees. I had to get serious when we moved. I went from a 


24'x15 workshop with tons of storage, to half a garage. Didn't have much choice, but now I have to think about anything I get. How much will I use it and worse yet, where to store it 

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Wish it worked like that here, Ron. I just have to keep building more shelves and adding more space!




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