Last night, my brother says, "oh, I almost forgot. It's Auction Night" and he was going to run out the door to go to it. I was under the impression, wrongly I might add, that there was no auction last night, but would be one Saturday.
So I jump in the truck and go with him. Now mind you, it started at 6 pm, and it was already 7:30pm when we bolted over there.
BIG MISTAKE for me!
That meant we didn't get to preview anything. I should have just watched.
Instead, my little hand shot up for a piece that I "thought" was going to be a nice piece.
As we unloaded it
Then we took a real good look at it.
It has a towel rack, and a inside shelf, and a bottom shelf, and a cutting board.
But, it is all plaster board, covered with contact paper. I am going to disassemble it, remove the contact paper and start from scratch with it. I am doing that because the contact paper was already peeling off, and to be honest it was looking nasty that way.
So I started. My brother helped me get some of the contact paper off with heating it up with a torch.
Lessons of the day:
Don't go to the auction late;
Don't bid without previewing!
To Be Continued!
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