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Warm and fuzzy wheelbarrow repair

wheelbarrow repair medium shotThe only thing the new wheel needs is a locking nut, which will have to wait for the next town trip.

I know the body is rusted and has holes, but this repair gives me a warm fuzzy feeling that a new wheelbarrow could never deliver.

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Good job, one less wheelbarrow in the landfill.
Comment by zimmy Sat Aug 21 21:22:25 2010
I think that little wheelbarrow may have started at the landfill.... One of ours did, as I recall, but Mark saved it's life. :-)
Comment by anna Sun Aug 22 08:28:59 2010

This wheelbarrow was a hand-me-down from my mom.

The one that I called "Ramshackled Wheelbarrow" was saved from the dump...Thanks again Dennis.

Comment by mark Sun Aug 22 09:06:05 2010

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime