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Tool decisions

Rake on the wall.

If we haven't used a hand tool in a year or more it might not be worth moving.

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I completely agree, unless the different terrain, etc, of the new place demands a change in tool usage. Also, being in escrow now myself, I feel the need to have all my cutting devices sharpened now so they're ready to go at the new place I think I may feel this way because I won't know my way around our new town (Corvallis) righ away. Do you feel an internal pressure to get maintenance done before you go, as it do? Or do you feel more like exploring the stores and repair shops when you get to Athens?
Comment by Jennifer Sat Jul 15 21:36:43 2017

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