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Re: Freecycle/ was Collecting/ number of plants??

You can always start one closer by. I belong to 3 of them, as do many of the
other members. Was going to start one in my county, but someone beat me to

As for being around - a lot of folks here just leave stuff in the driveway
or on the front porch for pickup. Wouldn't work for everything, of course,
it saves trying to schedule.

I'm with you on not being able to throw away perfectly good stuff. I used to
take a lot to Goodwill until the paper did a story on the local goodwill
throwing out perfectly good, boxed sets of dishes, practically new
furniture, brand-new-with-tags clothes and such. Made me mad! I'd rather
have it go to someone who will use it.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2005 10:00 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Freecycle/ was Collecting/ number of plants??

> I haven't used it yet, but planning on getting rid of all the excess junk
> around here! I just can't throw it out knowing it is still in great
> condition and useful for someone.
> The closest one I found is about 30 miles south of here, so I have been
> monitoring it to see if folks are willing to travel to come get it!
> Of course, that also means I have to be around for them to do that, maybe
> the fall...
> Donna

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