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  • Member Since: May 13, 2010



Panasonic mini cassette recorder RQ-L335

Was used to record two tapes years ago, mint condition in box with power adapter, book of words, this is a voice activated system. Sorry […]

July 14, 2019

150.00 obo

3 vintage horse bells

Up for grabs are these ca.1920 Swedish 6-panel brass rump bells for your horse, or for x-mas decorations/music, or annoying people (actually they have a […]

July 13, 2019


Time/Life Old West series, 20 plus 1 spare

Leatherette bound Time/Life western series in good over-all shape, 20 plus a spare, the full set is 26 and an index, this’d be an excellent […]

July 11, 2019


35 Wooden Boat magazines

Parting with my little stack of Wooden Boat mags, mostly ’90’s editions, complete ’92 and ’97 years (they published bi-monthly), good reading and a great […]

July 8, 2019

100.00 obo.

Leather winter jacket

Tried on but never worn, in fine as new condition, size L leather winter jacket by Midway (made with Chinese cows), slash-zipper and belt, made […]

July 8, 2019

Take the bees?

Wild bees, in my porch, WTD?*solved*

A small community of fluffy-type wild bees are trying to make part of my back porch their home. I do not want to hurt the […]

July 7, 2019


Black & Decker dual action sander

B & D Model 7490-04 Type 3, uses 1/2 sheets of sandpaper, I have fully dismantled/cleaned/serviced this and it runs like a charm, it has […]

July 6, 2019

100.00 obo.

Harry Potter Scene It? Deluxe tin DVD game

Complete and unused Deluxe tin edition, even the collector card pack is unopened. These retail for over 200Can, but the lid of this one has […]

July 3, 2019

150. obo.

Beginners Guitar & Fender Amp

Posting for a friend, up for grabs is a basic learners set up, starting with a ‘Daisy Rock’ electric guitar, neck is straight, body has […]

July 3, 2019


Egg coddlers

Up for grabs are four egg coddlers, 3 are Royal Worcester (2 2-eggers and one single), and one large MIJ (’70’s) one with four baby […]

July 3, 2019


B&D 7 1/4″ commercial skillsaw

Old heavy-duty Black&Decker skill saw beast, works fine, comes with a couple of extra blades, has a nice long cord I put on years ago. […]

July 3, 2019


Sympatex suede hiking boots,woman’s s...

Sierra Terra model (retail over 120$)Worn lightly a couple of times and out-grown, in excellent condition, low-cut, light, waterproof, nice. Give me a call if […]

July 3, 2019

45,00 obo.

Surgrip 56 slide-hammer nail puller

Latest offering is an old nail puller manufactured by Bridgeport foundry, functional and in good shape for its age, a great addition to any tool […]

July 3, 2019

75.00 obo

Boneco S200 steam vapour humidifier

Spring smoke, pollen-filled air and heat drying you out? Up for consideration is a Boneco S200 in as new condition, used once, comes with book […]

July 3, 2019


Sager MIC doublebit axe

Offering a vintage Sager faller’s axe, ca. 1950-’66, manufactured in Ontario by Warren Axe and Tool Co., sold in Vancouver where they had a distributor. […]

July 2, 2019

55.00 obo

Hypno rollerblades detachable boot M8 or W9...

Men’s size 8 or woman’s 9 Hypno inline skates in very good , lightly used shape, bit of a scuff on the side of the […]

July 1, 2019

110.00 obo.

Old maple painters box, brushes, misc.

Up for grabs is this nice used mid-century painters travel case, maple (3-ply) top and bottom, solid maple sides, leather handle, clasps and hinges are […]

June 29, 2019

50.00 obo.

Sony 3-way bookshelf/front surround speaker...

Model SS-MG-510AV originally front channel speakers for a Sony surround system rated @75 watts RMS per channel, magnetically shielded. Excellent shape and function well,10/10 imho. […]

June 28, 2019


Minolta 35mm 75W Riva zoom

A simple point and shoot 35mm film camera by Minolta/Konica in very good condition. I put it away many years ago, surprising it still had […]

June 27, 2019


HP 715 digital camera

Basic point and shoot digital camera in very good condition, was my daily user for a couple of years and never let me down, surprisingly […]

June 27, 2019

65.00 obo

Set of cut crystal Soviet era shot glasses

Beautiful set of 6 Svetlanov(?) cut crystal 4oz.vodka/whiskey/w.h.y. shot glasses with ‘melchoir silver’ bottom caps, mint unused condition in original box. These rare ca.60’s glasses […]

June 27, 2019


Tower 10×50 field 6 binoculars

Up for grabs is an old pair of Tower binoculars model no.10625 ‘feather weight’, coated lens are in good shape, no case, original strap, small […]

June 27, 2019

400 firm

Original water color by Ranjan Sen

‘Backyard in Provence’ by world renowned Vancouver artist Ranjan Sen, 22″x30″, framed. Purchased by my dad in 2000 for 400$ from the artist (a family […]

June 26, 2019


Tripoli brand XXL leather 3/4 coat

Beautiful dark brown leather coat/long jacket in excellent-near new condition, Canadian made in Montreal from soft Canadian cows and made to last, from what research […]

June 26, 2019

100. obo.

Framed print ‘At the Cafe’ by F...

Framed print, (original by artist Tsuguhara (Leonard) Foujita in 1949). 20″x23″, nice frame over-all but has a scratch on the silver part lower left. What […]

June 26, 2019


Frog print/w/c

Frog in a pond, double-matt framed by Pegasus Gallery. There is some damage to the picture, an unfortunate nick on the signature prevents proper Id, […]

June 26, 2019


Cobbler’s triple last/anvil

Up for consideration is this antique triple last, research suggests early 20th century, no marks or numbers though, awesome door-stop, book end, or even make […]

June 24, 2019


Canon Powershot A2600 16mgp

In very good used condition, comes with original box and papers, battery, charger, and an 8gig memory card. Metallic dark blue body. Purchased new in […]

June 23, 2019
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Community News

  • Podcast: The Tiny Home on Wheel’s ...

    by on July 8, 2019

    I’m on the Salt Spring Gulf Island Community Radio interviewing people near and far who are making good news on the planet by helping to shift the outcome of our future. These people and companies have created solutions to local and global issues we’re facing at the moment. Sharing the good news that’s happening on […]

  • Carrot Day

    by on July 5, 2019

    It is time for my annual reminder to sow lots of carrots for winter harvests in the next week or two. For me, July 1 is always Carrot Day as well as Canada Day (US readers: think 4th of July). As long as you sow before July 10, your carrots should have time to grow […]

  • Minister Seeking Input on Private Manage...

    by on July 3, 2019

    Minister wants your input on future of British Columbia forests – On May 28, 2019, the provincial government announced a review of the Private Managed Forest Land Program. They have invited British Columbians to add your voice to the program review. The province is accepting public comments until July 22, 2019. Over the past few […]

  • 2019 Eco Living and Home Tour: Ideas, In...

    by on July 3, 2019

    Headlines announcing biodiversity collapse and climate catastrophe can feel paralyzing. Even the most committed environmentalists may not know where to turn for solid information on the kinds of innovative — and dramatic — lifestyle changes that experts say will be need to weather the coming changes. Salt Spring’s Eco Living and Home Tour highlights what […]

  • BC’s Rural Islands Launch Economic Forum...

    by on June 27, 2019

    For the first time BC’s rural islands have launched an initiative to cultivate rural island economic partnerships. The Rural Islands Economic Forum (RIEF), a two day event, will bring together leaders from rural island communities to focus on advancing local and regional, sustainable, economic capacity building. The Forum gets underway on Pender Island on November 7 […]

  • Survey: Should British Columbia Adopt Ye...

    by on June 24, 2019

    British Columbians are invited to share their views on how we should observe time in our province. Most areas of B.C. currently “spring forward” into Daylight Saving Time during summer months and “fall back” to Standard Time in the winter. The following choices are being considered: 1) B.C. continues the practice of changing our clocks […]

  • Podcast: Adam Olsen speaks with Raffi – ...

    by on June 20, 2019

    When I first thought of transitioning my weekly Public Circle LIVE! broadcasts from Facebook to a weekly podcast, I had it in my mind to invite Raffi as a guest. We have run into each other a few times now at the Salt Spring Island Saturday Market and I appreciate his forthright political commentary on Twitter. It all […]

  • Fire News: Chief’s Response Report – 201...

    by on June 20, 2019

    Vision: A responsive and sustainable fire-rescue service, effectively meeting community needs and valued by those we serve. Mission: Always learning, engaging and adapting to be response ready. Response Report Salt Spring Island Firefighters responded to 61 calls for assistance in May.  (Calls to Date:  291) Operations To be proactive regarding wildfire prevention a recommendation was […]

  • Salt Spring Foundation Announces 2019 Ne...

    by on June 18, 2019

    The Salt Spring Island Foundation, in partnership with Salt Spring Island Community Services, is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019 Neighbourhood Small Grants. The Neighbourhood Small Grants program offers grants of $50 to $500 to support projects that bring people together, share skills and knowledge, build a sense of community belonging and responsibility, […]

  • Island Youth Soccer Association to Build...

    by on June 14, 2019

    Salt Spring Island Youth Soccer Association (SSIYSA) is excited to announce that School District #64 (SD64) has agreed to partner with the SSIYSA to build a brand-new all-weather turf field with lights at the Gulf Islands Secondary School (GISS) lower field. An All Weather Field Feasibility Study was presented to the SD64 school board yesterday […]

  • Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces ...

    by on June 12, 2019

    The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce over $148,000 in spring grants for local charities, including $30,000 targeted to youth recreation programs. The Foundation thanks the many generous donors who make these grants possible.  BC Parks/Friends of Ruckle Park Heritage To create and install six new interpretive signs for Ruckle Provincial Park to […]

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