I found this antique scale (another scale!) in a bag on Waverly. It seems to work pretty well. In the same bag I found a bunch of soaps that looked perfectly fine, if old. Nearby there was a pot that was good for cooking roasts, but I moved it somewhere more visible (St Viateur / Waverly) so that someone else would fine it.
These little half ships were in a box on Esplanade. I’m not sure I get what they were going for design-wise… the only thing I can think of is a divider on a bookshelf. They could look cool in that context.
A decent baseball bat. I brought this back home and left it out for others to take (along with another baseball bat not far away) and later I noticed that both were gone.
I found this nice antique bed tray on Esplanade too.
This was the label on the bottom. I googled it, and it might be from the 30s/40s. Pretty cool. By the looks of it, I could get 20-30$ for it too. Not too shabby.
An assortment of kitchen stuff: some more canned fish, unopened wafer cookies, miscellaneous kitchenware, and a near-empty bottle of “Liquor de Cafe.” It looks… interesting. I brought it home, and maybe I can dare someone to drink it.
2 thoughts on “In the evening”
Wow, you’ll be able to wash for the next year with all that soap!
Sardines are really healthy. Make a sandwich. 🙂
Looks like the legs are a bit wonky on that table, but that should be easy enough to fix.
i’ll drop by for some sardines on waffer
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