A few months back, when I grabbed my first item from the dump, I was a little embarrassed. I sort of -hid in the van, pretending to be on my phone, waiting for that car to leave, so that I could bolt – grab and run. Now a days, if you roll up while I’m carefully eyeing out the land of treasures – I’ll wave, say ‘hello’ and then in my best creepy man voice shout ‘show me your junk!’ …Then I’ll laugh …and unfortunately, because I know from experience, you’ll look a little nervous and drive on…
So … Before I show you my recent finds, let me just say… Please! Please! Quit throwing this stuff out! -I know, you’re likely thinking ‘but then what would you do with your free time?!’- (true) If you live in Haliburton, or within a few hours, send me a message (firstname.lastname@example.org) and show me your junk. (But not that junk- please) Maybe I could use it! Or better yet, help you think of a way to use it!
Two days ago, I came home with a van full of tires and a slide – all from the dump.
The tires were dirty, so we gave them a good scrubbing.
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