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Danyls toybox


fordrebei460
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fordrebei460

I recently purchased a 5 piece ryobi tool set with miter saw for $199.99. The reasoning behind getting the tool set is I live in a 100 year old house with my disabled mother and father. The house, buildings etc have needed work done for awhile but no money or means(tools) to do the work. I finally got my tools around Christmas, so I could redo one of the buildings as my parents Christmas present. I also had the plan to build my girlfriend a pallet Wood bed frame, and a toy box for her 8 year old son for Christmas. The weather hasn't cooperated so I could work on the building or the bed frame, but I did finish the toy box for her little boy. He's putting it to good use as of now, and hopefully he'll have it for years to come not only as a toy box but as a storage box as he gets older. I plan to start my building project for my parents very soon along with the bedframe plus many more projects including a coffee table, end tables, a nightstand, a deerstand for hunting, and another toybox for my 1 year old great-neice barring weather conditions and money. I have been completely tickled with this tool set as it does exactly as I need, I plan to add more tools(1/4" impact, a extra drill, possibly a nail gun, extra batteries), and a few other tools to the collection as well as soon as I can pick up more work or get back on at a full-time job.

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Danyls toybox

by fordrebei460
Jan 11, 2017

I recently purchased a 5 piece ryobi tool set with miter saw for $199.99. The reasoning behind getting the tool set is I live in a 100 year old house with my disabled mother and father. The house, buildings etc have needed work done for awhile but no money or means(tools) to do the work. I finally got my tools around Christmas, so I could redo one of the buildings as my parents Christmas present. I also had the plan to build my girlfriend a pallet Wood bed frame, and a toy box for her 8 year old son for Christmas. The weather hasn't cooperated so I could work on the building or the bed frame, but I did finish the toy box for her little boy. He's putting it to good use as of now, and hopefully he'll have it for years to come not only as a toy box but as a storage box as he gets older. I plan to start my building project for my parents very soon along with the bedframe plus many more projects including a coffee table, end tables, a nightstand, a deerstand for hunting, and another toybox for my 1 year old great-neice barring weather conditions and money. I have been completely tickled with this tool set as it does exactly as I need, I plan to add more tools(1/4" impact, a extra drill, possibly a nail gun, extra batteries), and a few other tools to the collection as well as soon as I can pick up more work or get back on at a full-time job.