Call the troops and bring them beer

When our Grandparents died three years ago, they had an old shed full of items savor car parts, old signs, rusted bicycles, & junk.

No a single person in our family wanted to clean out the shed.

I decided to do the job if I could keep anything that I found. None of the lazy members of our family argued about that deal. My friends & I grabbed ourselves a keg full of beer last weekend & headed over to the shed with a mission. We put the keg of beer in a sizable trough & filled it with tons of ice. I knew it was going to be a long day & I wanted to be well prepared. I also knew that our friends would require ice cold beer on repeat if they were going to walk around in that dusty, dingy, & dangerous little site. We started in a section where there was just enough extra room to move. We started throwing things in a single tall pile that were junk & the people I was with and I made another shorter pile with items that could have some value. Most items were rusty, broken, or garbage. I was honestly intrigued by an old oil furnace that our Grandpa randomly had in a safe. I did not know why the oil furnace was so crucial to be stored in a safe, even though I thought it was hard to find the item inside of a metal box. I haven’t taken the oil furnace to an appraiser, & I’m not sure if the little heater works. It could be junk. But, it will definitely be worth a lot of money.

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