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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-03-2019, 11:14 PM Thread Starter
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This is half my bench after tidying,the other half is still a mess.My son took the photo & sent it to me .Think I'd better buy my own camera soon,the old Box Brownie just wont cut it.
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looks like yur done..
now get back to work..

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Oh the Brownie is fine but try finding film these days. I still have rolls of film, used for surveillance back in the old days, some infrared, and good old Tri-X. Looks like 35mm is still available but certainly not carried in stores these days.

Wait on the digital version of the Brownie...........
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Lost my Nikon Coolpix on a recent trip. It was really good for shooting HD video. I'll miss it. Decent digital cameras aren't very expensive if you compare film/digital prices adjusted for inflation. Still have my Nikon SLR, but the Coolpix was so small and easy to use.
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!...I love my Coolpix! (P530)
I bought our daughter one, now I have to ask her how to do stuff with it.
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I think I see the problem James; not enough actual storage solutions. Too much tempting horizontal space to place stuff. Those remaining items on the bench, they don't have an actual 'home'?
I'm not pointing fingers here; that's my problem as well. Oh, and in my case waaaaay too much stuff.
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Dan,you are so right.I also have so much stuff I know I'm never gonna use,that can live in the tool shed down the back yard.Once it's all gone the remaining items on the bench will be sited in their permanent positions.
Stick,Herb,Steve,Tom, John & Others,I will own a camera soon so will be able to post photos of what's happening around here. Thanks to y'all....James.
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I tidy bench is a sign of....What was I gonna say......?

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