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Re: Happy Anniversary/ now Freecycle

Oh definitely, what is one person's trash is another person's  treasure!!!!!! 
  I've gotten some great finds from Freecycle for the  garden (broken pots, 
old mirrors, tools, etc.) that I've needed for some type of  decoration/design. 
 I've also gotten other items that were useless to the  owner, but I could 
really use for parts, or for whole.  .  I've gotten  rid of a lot of things from 
my garage that I was sure nobody would ever  want....but they did!!  I've 
even freecycled cuttings of plants,  shrubs, etc.   Nice to help others out too 
as well as help the  environment.  Met some very interesting people too.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/10/2008 2:17:21 PM Central Standard Time,  
dp2413@comcast.net writes:

When  you're sorting and getting rid of stuff, don't forget Freecycle  
www.freecycle.org.  It's been a real relief to get things out of the  house. 
I can dig down through layers, offering things as they show up. I  offer 
random bits and it goes away, letting me get down to the next lowest  layer. 
Clothes, books, ugly chairs, old garden tools, all  gone.

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