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Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:30 pm
by zelph
This is a long video of the store I told you about. I'ts where I get alot of my stove making materials.

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Re: Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 7:16 pm
by Pure Mahem
That store is huge! that's 3 times the size of the thrift store in my town. :mrgreen:

Re: Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 7:37 pm
by oops56
Dam do you think i could make it on one tank gas and get there before the doors open should i bring my utility trailer also are the roads in good shape.Oh i forgot i dont like night driving to far.Looks like its got everthing to get to go on a hike with just need a little food.Thats the story of my life miss out on all the good stuff. :cry:

Re: Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 12:17 am
by zelph
oops56 wrote:Dam do you think i could make it on one tank gas and get there before the doors open should i bring my utility trailer also are the roads in good shape.Oh i forgot i dont like night driving to far.Looks like its got everthing to get to go on a hike with just need a little food.Thats the story of my life miss out on all the good stuff. :cry:
You're too funny Oops!!!!!! :lol:

At time this store even has kitchen sinks :mrgreen:

Re: Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 5:23 pm
by Mags
Not quite the thrift store, but I did find a Swedish military surplus wool sweater...

Only $15. For winter wear, I am starting to like how wool sheds snow and light moisture. Tends to breathe better, too. Seems to work well in the Colorado climate.

It is this one. Your local army store may sell one, too.

http://www.maddogonline.com/surplus/who ... 32403.html

Good treasures in unlikely places...

Re: Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:08 pm
by russb
I love my US army Korean War vintage wool pants for my winter wear.

Re: Amazing Thrift Store Tour

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:32 pm
by Perkolady
Now THAT'S a thrift store ! wow !

I currently live in the SE. Unfortunately, much of the good stuff people don't want anymore ends up as "lawn ornaments" rather than ending up in the thrift store.
Oh well, there are always yard sales.... :)

Perkolady