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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Leave Cali day 37

A truckload of wood, metal, and several Harley fenders leaves the property. pdf version
So Martin Delateur was the one buddy that was always ready to use his truck for a dump run, or to come over and help sort through stuff. It wasn't selfless, I gave him a lot of stuff that he could later sell at the eFlea. But even if I didn't give him stuff, he was the social animal willing to help out. I have pictures of him trimming the bushes out front when I moved into the house back in 2008. I was going to pile all this lumber into my 1974 Chevy van and take it to the Sunnyvale dump. When I mentioned this, Martin said the wood he would take, if only to burn. He also was willing to take some metal pipes and poles. When he saw I was going to toss out a bunch of Harley fenders, he said he might be able to use them on boat trailers. So it was a happy day when he came over and filled up.
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The fenders are hard to sell on eBay and even harder to ship. They were nothing special.
Good thing Martin has a 3/4-ton Chevy pickup. All that wood weighed a lot.
The garage had 3 working Iron Sportsters, a 1952 K-model, and the 1996 Sporty just fixed.
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