So its time to reveal how we spent our nickels and dimes over some 355 miles (more if you count the off road neighborhoods.)
Don't include the mower.
Breaking down my pile of "stuff."
|I call this my most unusual buy. $1.|
|From "Free Stuff" boxes.|
|10¢ for each item. |
I forgot to include 3 pairs of heavy black socks. that were 10¢ each.
|25¢ each item.|
|50¢ each item/bag. |
7 bags of scrap fabrics. Saw one box of books labeled, "EX-wife's Books."
|$1.50 each. |
The rack was my only goof up because, 2 yards later I could have gotten it for a $1.00. So I was "tricked" on this one.
|$2.00 each. |
Bucket has no holes but the sprinkler can has a hole with a cork in the center bottom. The carpenter's folding ruler was a "treat" because, I had turned down some that were more expensive and not white.
|$3.00 from Goodwill on Monday after the 400 miles.|
$10"I've marked it down from 40 to 20 but I'm ready to go home and you can take it for 10," the man said.
All in all, I think I was "treated" more than "tricked" on this "trick or treat" adventure.
Coming up on another post, I'll show you the first thing I bought. More of a story to go with it.