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    Yard sale score. Several yards of camo burlap and camo bugnet type material. And the sweet little lamp to! Works well. All for $2.

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    Scored these 100% wool pants today at Goodwill. Tag says Eaglehawk Clothing, Victoria 1952.

    Only has one cargo pocket on the left leg. And buttons for suspenders.

    Gave $4.25!

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    Went to the secondhand store a few days ago and picked up a usmc heavy winter water proof coat for 2.50 old style camo and also a wood working tool for 2.00 with inter changeable blades works ok and also a few camo military long sleeve duty camo shirts for 1$ apiece I guess its good to live by a military base pretty good pick ups .

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    OOOH!
    Friday night I scored a "Quad sheepskin rug". Four THICK Australian hides sewn together to create a 4'x6' sleeping pad. (for $30)
    Yeah, it's bulky, but way warmer and more comfortable than a Termarest or foam pad.
    I may give a try in my hammock next weekend.

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    What a score today! this sweet coleman stove, that looks like it ahs seen very little use and it works great! i cooked super on it this evening, just to try it out.

    And the price was even better.........................FREE! The neighbor asked if I had a use for it or he was going to throw it way! So of course I had to take it.

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    Walked in the Thrift store yesterday and this jumped out at me. Perfect ! $4.99

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    in the last 6 months I have bought
    a merino wool sweater - 2.99
    a Cabelas zip up wool sweatshirt - 1.00
    2 wool army blankets that were sewn together - 2.99
    2 wool pants (from a Eroupean army) - 1.00 each
    2 100' 3/8" nylon ropes -1.00 each

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    Picked up a sweet trout net for $1 and a copy of Indian Crafts and Lore by W.Ben Hunt for $.50! And also a sweet pari of OD green ripstop trousers, in my size even for $4. (They would be in the picture to, but I'm wearing them!)



    I'm sure this net is worth way more then the $1 I paid for it, looks to be a Cabelas brand one that goes for $50! And if anything I'll use the wood handle for knife scales if I decide not to use it as a net!

    Man I love the thrift store! I glad I don't live in a bigger city that has multiple thrift stores I would be broke.
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    New guy, 1st post.
    in the past year, a North Face "cat's meow' sleeping bag for $3.00, Misc clothing for under $5 a piece, an 8 man tent for $20 that was used once and ditched due to a faulty stitch at the pole hub "re-sewn in 5 mins", coleman stove for $5. Have picked up misc heavy duty bags for carrying gear in, for less than $5 a pop. My best pick so far was at a yard sale, a large kelty multi day pack, with a coleman PeakOne stove inside all for $10!!!! Most of my everyday clothing and 99% of my 1yo son's clothes come from the local T.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dport View Post
    New guy, 1st post.
    in the past year, a North Face "cat's meow' sleeping bag for $3.00, Misc clothing for under $5 a piece, an 8 man tent for $20 that was used once and ditched due to a faulty stitch at the pole hub "re-sewn in 5 mins", coleman stove for $5. Have picked up misc heavy duty bags for carrying gear in, for less than $5 a pop. My best pick so far was at a yard sale, a large kelty multi day pack, with a coleman PeakOne stove inside all for $10!!!! Most of my everyday clothing and 99% of my 1yo son's clothes come from the local T.S.
    Welcome and congrats on your first post! Sit back relax and get your learn on!

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