Post 482: Good Boy, King

King Bed – $225
Nice rustice wood and wrought iron piece. Over $850 new plus mattress. Its a complete bed.

Matching twin tower bookcase / dresser units $50 for the pair with the bed.

Can assist in delivery for fee.

Tom Continue reading


Post 473: Kicked to the Kerb

Free dresser drawer
A drawer for dressing and it happens to be free. Located at the large wooden post across [Mumblethorpe] Elementary field.

Poor little Chester Drawer, unwanted, set out at the kerb (well, it is Canada, you know) and left in the hope that someone will take it home and dress it up. I just hope he doesn’t get too attached to the large wooden post there. Splinters can cause serious damage. Thanks, NinjaChow, lovely stuff as always.

Post 462: Table This Discussion

 Wood end table – $20

post 462 table

Wood end table. In good condition

All sold wood except the doors.


I wish I was experienced in Photoshop so I could see how this table would look without the doors. And why isn’t Sparky willing to sell the doors, too? Just because they aren’t wood is not reason to hate them. They don’t want to be ripped from the place they were designed to stay forever.

NinjaChow expertly comments, “I think I’d prefer to have the whole table, not minus the doors.  Thanks anyway Sparky.” Besides, if you include the doors, you might be able to ask for $25.

Post 459: The Return of the Ottomans

Ottoman / footstools

Used but good condition bug free Ottoman / footstools take one or both.

Home has kitties.

It makes me smile that this home is infested with bug-free kitties. Sparky apparently doesn’t know how to pluralize ottoman, so he uses a forward slash and says footstools. NinjaChow sent this treasure in. We both hope that fuzzy white thing in the pictures isn’t a past kitty.

Post 457: Holding Out for a Hero

Back in the old days, everyone talked about the Hero of our Town, Rod Iron. He was tough as nails, quick as a dropping anvil, and sweet as candy to old ladies and kids. Rod would ride around our town in a pick up with a patio set in the bed. When he finished doing good for the day, he’d park the pick up and set in the chairs in back, watching the sun set. Continue reading