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Odds and ends table

I end up with a lot of odds and ends; they might be a useful part one day! I’ve found that, in keeping things piled just 6 inches high or less, I can find what I’m looking for without having to dig. I set some old Tenderfoot flooring on a stand about 36 inches high. A couple of used combine covers made a hood to cover the parts. Any water or snow that gets on the table can go through the slots. I keep this particular table outside to give me more room inside the shop, and I find what I need in minutes.  

Roger Johnson of
Chandler, Minnesota

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