Tool Sale Today

Good Afternoon!

First, I added about 90 tools to my For Sale page today. The update includes lots of little odds and ends as I clean out my inventory to make room for fresh tools coming in. Any tools left-over from the last sale have been reduced in price. I have two large collections on the way, full of good user stuff so I need the room on my shelves. Auction season is also heating up around here so I hope to have more quality user tools in stock soon. I expect to hav a large list of fresh tools during the last week of April. Have a look and contact me if you have any questions or would like to purchase an item.

Thank you all for your congratulations and well-wishes on the birth of our daughter. She is three weeks old today and doing great. So far her habit of sleeping during the night (not though the night, but for several hours at a time) has persisted and we’re able to function during the day. Here in New England, after a false start and 85 degree temperatures in March, spring is finally here for real. The native plants, not fooled by the false summer, have decided it’s time to come up and flower. The asparagus is coming up nicely, the hot weather plants have been started inside, and our early vegetable seeds have been sown outdoors. It’s a fun time of year!

Thanks for reading!

Josh

Good Afternoon!

First, I added about 90 tools to my For Sale page today. The update includes lots of little odds and ends as I clean out my inventory to make room for fresh tools coming in. Any tools left-over from the last sale have been reduced in price. I have two large collections on the way, full of good user stuff so I need the room on my shelves. Auction season is also heating up around here so I hope to have more quality user tools in stock soon. I expect to hav a large list of fresh tools during the last week of April. Have a look and contact me if you have any questions or would like to purchase an item.

Thank you all for your congratulations and well-wishes on the birth of our daughter. She is three weeks old today and doing great. So far her habit of sleeping during the night (not though the night, but for several hours at a time) has persisted and we’re able to function during the day. Here in New England, after a false start and 85 degree temperatures in March, spring is finally here for real. The native plants, not fooled by the false summer, have decided it’s time to come up and flower. The asparagus is coming up nicely, the hot weather plants have been started inside, and our early vegetable seeds have been sown outdoors. It’s a fun time of year!

Thanks for reading!

Josh

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