Well, I mentioned in the Friday thread that my parents decided to move to an assisted living center, last Tuesday!!! LOML and I went up to kind of go through things, see if there was anything we wanted, and help with some plans for the new apartment. I went through the shop stuff and picked out a few things.
First, compressor. Attachment 58319 It's not great, but it works and has much larger capacity than my 2 gallon portable.
Second, jars of screws and bolts and various other items. Attachment 58321 There is also a segmented metal tray with smaller screws in. Forgot to get a picture of it. Not real sure what some of these items are. Attachment 58322
Third, Box of files and rasps, and some drill bits of various sizes. Attachment 58323 I could have had a bunch of big bits, but they had an end that fitted into a slot like they were machinists bits. Too large to chuck up into anything I have. There was also a thread cutter. Pretty wicked looking, but nothing I could use.
Fourth, these three pictures of the same thing, we couldn't figure out what they were. May also be machinist tools. Attachment 58324Attachment 58325Attachment 58320 Anyone have an idea???
Fifth, pics of an outside mic, and not sure what the other box is. Inside mics of some sort? Attachment 58326Attachment 58327 And a picture of the ends of the box with, I presume, a model number. Attachment 58328
And finally, no picture of this because it's already buried in the garage between the mower and the cart, a small generator. Often times we have wished we had one when we lost power. It won't run the whole house, but it will keep the fridge and freezer going, or run the microwave to be able to cook something to eat.
I still have a few pieces of lumber to bring home. LOML brought some Fostoria glass ware home. Neither one of us know why. And we are trying to decide about a punch bowl, ladle, and glass cake plate and cover. Not something we would ever use, but the punch bowl is supposed to be worth about 800.00. Mom said to sell it and keep the money.
Now to go back up next weekend and help them move. This is not going to be fun. Jim.