Reggie knew what this was for. As soon as I brought it in
and set it on the couch, he made himself at home ($2).
My cat, Singha, is allergic to plastic dishes.He's been
using a "people" dish but now he'll have his own.
It is very colorful with a cute fish design on the sides ($2).
I found some items for my kitchen. A Foley food mill ($5). I have one already but this one is in better condition. I will sell the other one for what I paid for this. Some measuring spoons ($.25) because I can never have too many, and an Oneida Stainless steel teakettle ($3).
A washable wool stadium blanket ($4) and a cloth hankie ($.50). We keep the house rather cool in the winter and it is nice to have a blanket to snuggle under when watching TV. I do not like paper Kleenex so am always looking for more hankies. They are getting scarce as hen's teeth.
I found another big basket. This one will house my extra reeds for my looms ($5). And look at this gorgeous gallon wine jug! I love it! It will be so pretty in my fermenting closet ($2).
Now for the finds of the day. Here are two 5 gallon glass carboys
AND 3 dozen clean and delabeled wine bottles. All for.....$30!
New glass 5gal. carboys run about $30 each. And a case of new wine bottles are about $15 each (and they usually aren't the best quality). So this alone is over $100 worth of brewing supplies, and no sales tax. That's my kind of shopping.
I also brought home a hanging closet organizer with 8 shelves which are wide enough for storing sweaters ($2) and 4 "new-to-me" shirts ($1 each).
Total spent: $59.75 Retail Value if new: Over $260