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Terracotta Thermometer

Terracotta outdoor/indoor thermometer. Sunshine face. 8” diameter

March 24, 2019


Wicker basket

26.5” across long side Good condition! Used but fully functional

March 24, 2019
Sale Pending A06F26D7-D35D-476B-B1D4-4559FC6D89D0


Coffee Grinder & yogurt maker

Coffee Grinder – $5 Yogurt Maker – $10

March 23, 2019

$250 per cord


I have several cords of bucked logs which have been under tarps all winter. Mostly fir, cut last year, various diameters and lengths around 16 […]

March 23, 2019


Bathroom sink, faucet & supply lines

Grey bathroom sink, faucet & supply lines. All in good shape. Measures 21.25″L x 17.5″W. Selling for $20.

March 23, 2019


Decorative Metal Wagon Wheels

All metal wagon wheels for sale…… 2- Large 225$ each 33″ diameter 4″ tread 2-Medium 175$ each 28″ diameter 4″ tread 1 small 75.00$ 15-1/2″ […]

March 23, 2019



Chandelier in excellent condition.

March 23, 2019
Sold Mirrored Medicine Cabinet


Mirrored Medicine Cabinet

Unused mirrored inside and out medicine cabinet. It is 24″ wide x 38″ high x 5.5″deep.

March 23, 2019



Three large suitcases in good to excellent condition. $20 each.

March 23, 2019
Sale Pending full cord fir

$275 / cord

Fir Firewood

Two cords of fir firewood from last December windfall. Split and stacked in true cords 4’x4’x8′ each. Pick up required.

March 23, 2019


Beautiful Vintage Japanese Tea Pot and 5 Te...

Vintage Japanese Tea Set Crane design trimmed in gold Takahashi San Francisco – Made In Japan Tea Pot with 5 cups No chips or cracks

March 23, 2019


Oil lamps

Several oils lamps Various prices

March 23, 2019
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Pressure cooker

Brand new, never used, LAGOSTINA stainless steal pressure cooker and manuals.8″high by 7″ across

March 23, 2019
Marine Sharpshooter & Delta Force

$10 for pair

Games – Marine Sharpshooter & Del...

Games – Marine Sharpshooter & Delta Force Task Force Dagger

March 23, 2019
Sold Sale Pending P1010007


Chrome toilet roll holder with magazine rac...

Like new.Used in B&B.

March 22, 2019
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Waffle maker

Like new. Fun to use.

March 22, 2019


Cuisinart blender

Like new. Missing cutter (you can replace for $12.97 if ordered on amazon) I no longer need this as I’ve purchased a Vitamix to replace […]

March 22, 2019


10” Fry pan. Can be used on induction cookt...

Was a gift. Never used. We have a bird not comfortable using nonstick cookware.

March 22, 2019


Kitchen table with leaf

Awesome kitchen table. Approx 70” x 45”

March 22, 2019
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Upholstery or drapery fabric

This soft fabric is greyish-green and made of 55% cotton and 45% polyester. It is 5.4 meters long (8 feet, 10 inches) and 1.42 meters […]

March 22, 2019
Sold rust fabric 1 resized


Upholstery fabric

Beautiful rust coloured upholstery fabric in a fairly heavy weight. 4.2 meters (4.6 yards) and 1.4 meters (54 inches) wide. New fabric; no flaws.

March 22, 2019
Sold IMG_8653


Koolatron Electric Cooler

Clean and in good condition. Can plug into cigarette lighter in car or regular electric outlet. Dimensions: 20″ W x 16″ D x 16″ H

March 22, 2019


Weber BBQ

Clamshell style, Weber propane barbecue.

March 22, 2019


BBQ cover heavy duty

Heavy duty BBQ cover with air vent around . Very good condition. Rarely used as it’s too big for our small BBQ.. Colour black. Size […]

March 22, 2019

White or Any Color Paint

In need of white paint or any color.

March 22, 2019


Free fir tree rounds

WE have bucked fir tree rounds for anyone who wants to come and haul them from where the trees came down. All the rounds are […]

March 22, 2019


Vintage gravy boat

VINTAGE PYREX GRAVY BOAT IN WOODLAND pattern. Two pieces, each has a brown floral design on white tempered milk glass. Made in the USA by […]

March 21, 2019
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