Friday, January 19, 2018

a friday night film

8 comments:

John Wells said...

Haunted by stuff from my past...the next phase in the clean up is clearing out two shipping containers so I can finally finish off their interiors - part of my original plan. This is the first one. I am pretty sure that a good deal of this will get thrown out and I trust that the recent purchase of some storage bins will help me organize what gets "put aside". News Theme 2 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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Gene Adcock said...

Think I read in one of your comments that you had at one time planned to finish out one of the containers to use as living space. Do you still have thoughts along those lines?

Enjoyed your live feed of the cottontails along about sundown today!

Ronald Mahan said...

WOW! After seeing John Wells Haunted Storage Container - I think Don & I may have screwed up in placing one of those Shipping containers at our Mahan Hunt Camp. We got by for 40 years without having one - but decided we needed one to store our good junk - in a burst of temporary insanity. It was delivered in one week - and the next week we had it filled up. And our container is only half as long as John Wells 40 foot container. Hopefully - we can follow John's example and get rid of some of our lower quality junk.

John Wells said...

Not sure whether this is good news or bad...but my containers are twenty footers.

Margery Bills said...

Good photography. Some years ago one of my long-time neighbors took their valuables out of storage that they had kept there for years. They had a yard sale. I was stunned at what they had paid to keep in storage for 10 years or so (looked like dime store vases, etc. to me). I guess it is true that what is one persons junk is another persons treasure or vice versa.

Margery Bills said...

Good photography. Some years ago one of my long-time neighbors took their valuables out of storage that they had kept there for years. They had a yard sale. I was stunned at what they had paid to keep in storage for 10 years or so (looked like dime store vases, etc. to me). I guess it is true that what is one persons junk is another persons treasure.

Margery Bills said...

Something went wrong - sorry, two identical posts.

Margery Bills said...

Almost.