I love rummage sailing. It's such a great way to pick up some things you've been looking for and wanting to save money. Heck, I save money on things I haven't been looking for. There are several community rummage sales in the Northland, today and tomorrow it's in Esko. They even have maps to help you hit them all.
Recently I was rummage sale(ing) in Anoka and bought the huge dish pictured above. My plan was to use it to serve my Filipino noodle dish called Pancit, it would have been perfect. WOULD have been in the key word. It wasn’t until I got home and flipped it over to put it in the dishwasher that I was horrified to find out I shouldn’t, I couldn’t use it for what I intended.
We camped this past weekend in Anoka and while on a long bike ride decided to stop at a few rummage sales (because it was a nice part of town)! I quite possibly made the most stupid purchase of a unique item that I was thrilled to get for a buck. Have you ever seen one of these?
Yes, I know the weather has not been our friend. So many people waiting for the weather to change to more spring like weather. Well, I say, don't wait! Start spring cleaning now, here are a few ways to help your wallet.
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