We have a new grill, which I have relocated to an old location.
It works good. Instructions are in the drawer of the bookshelf by the kitchen door.
I have new cheap waders that do not leak. They are in this box in the shed and are for my use only. You can use my two other pair that are hanging in the shed.
We have a new compass (MK is pictured here admiring it at Ishpeming Wilderness Sports - only picture I have). Recommended to bring it along for anyone wishing to explore the five forties. Stored in the drawer of the shelf unit by the kitchen door.
We have a new gate on the deck. Suitable for small children and large dogs. Construction of the gate was supervised and documented by Jonah.
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