I WANT ONE, TOO!
So this is what I got....
It's been having a few touches* done to it here and there and now, it has a place in front of our outdoor fireplace.
The wheels are perfect and heavy.
Two large ones on the longer sides
and two smaller ones on the ends.
And, while you're reading this post, please notice my vintage galvanized tool caddy that I got a couple of years ago. I love it. I just love, love a tool caddy....don't ask why--I don't know.
The name, JAKES, is on both sides of the cart.
I believe that this was a railroad cart and it
was manufactured in Nashville, Tennessee.
So now when we're outside, we prop our heels up
on our wonderful industrial cart.
How about coming over for a visit and
joining us when it gets a bit cooler? We're outside now, but I'd hate to invite you over when it's so hot here in Alabama.
AND ITS ALL BECAUSE I WAS AT THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME AND,
I SPOKE UP!!
***Several coats of Thompson's Water Seal were applied to the wood, the iron wheels were sealed so they wouldn't leave rust marks on our patio and the smaller wheels on the ends were extended so the cart sits PERFECTLY flat without tipping...Thank you Eddie!!
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