Our yard sale will be held in our
basement because it is cold outside
here in Toronto Ontario in February.
Like all such sales we don’t deliver
but you get to pick up and test the
items before you pull out your cash.
Visitors also are able to look over
other items on display
and Vendors have been known to
haggle on multiple item offers.
Try that on E-Bay.
I am not taking the easy route via E-
bay and Paypal because I don’t want
to have to deal with Canada Post or
pay their enormous rates.
I am told that 5,000,000 people live
within an hours drive from my
location at the 401 and 404
Purchasers are being offered
reasonable prices without the hassle
of shipping, handling and Courier
This sale is happening in an attempt to reduce the amount of stuff I will leave for my poor
family to deal with should I not wake up tomorrow morning. Sounds kind of morbid but a
family experience this past summer and the fact that I am 81 years old (my warranty ran
out quite a while ago) sharpens my resolve.
On a happier note, I am concentrating my efforts lately on the 1870-1880 periods of
railways which relegates most of the stuff in the sale to a shelf. I intend to continue
working with my drag knife cutter and urethane casting activities.
Since all the stuff will be in fairly permanent display mode and I am home most of the time I am not averse to off
hours appointments set up by phone or text messages. A list of items available and price suggestions to follow.
E-mail for further detail.