Water jug and updates

Not too much yesterday…

But I did find this cool vintage-y water jug made by Carlton Glass.

I think the design is pretty cool. There’s no cap, but that’s okay. Apparently if you leave water in the open air the chlorine in it will evaporate, and that sounds like a good thing to me. I may use this as my open air water jug.


I got rid of a couple of things off Craigslist. The cigars from the other day didn’t last long: I put them up for barter, but I ended up selling them for 20$. The guy seems confident that he can restore them.

I don’t think I posted about these salt shakers. I found them in front of a restaurant that seemed to be preparing for their first day of business. I recently gave them all (using the CL free section) to an older woman who was planning on using them for arts and crafts. She insisted on giving me some coupons for free fries at McDonald’s as a token of appreciation which was nice of her. It also happens to be the one of the only thing I’ll eat at McDonald’s so that worked out too.

I wish these folks good luck with their new things!

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3 thoughts on “Water jug and updates

  1. Nice bottle, and it’s found a great home, and a new life as a open air water jug. 🙂 I found two of the milk glass bottles selling in the $16 range. http://www.bonanza.com/listings/Vintage-Carlton-Glass-White-Water-Bottle-10-5-Tall/73164891 & http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Carlton-Glass-White-Water-Bottle-10-5-Tall-/270980435042

    More free food. Woot!

  2. artreviewed says:

    The water jug is sooo cool! 😀

  3. […] Or maybe it’s something sort of mundane that can be turned into cool art and crafts by an individual with a vision for it. A great example are these salt shakers. […]

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