With all of the sheets and blankets out in the shed, I could move some of the furniture around and instinctively, I started setting up a TV room. I mean, I have 4 TV's in there and lots of chairs so I might as well set up a TV, right? (I think some TV's need to go away) I bought 2 digital converter boxes last year. One for the RV and one for the mobile home. Luckily I found the box and I was able to set it up without too much trouble. The funny thing is that it gets 1 channel that I can't get in the RV but 2 channels that I get in the RV won't come in. Digital TV is so strange. Maybe if I have TV in the mobile home I will be more likely to go out there and sort through stuff. It is going to take many weekends to get through it all.
I kept the exercise bike that I bought for the short term rental folks. It is sitting in front of the TV. I wish I had room for it in the RV but this is second best.
The next time I go out there to sort I should tackle the kitchen area. So much of that stuff can be donated. I think I have 6 can openers! I gathered all of the cleaning supplies and put them on the baker's rack. They are leftover from renters, from people who helped me clean, and from me buying different types for stubborn stains (and to cover up funky smells!). I won't have to buy cleaning supplies for a very long time. I usually only use an abrasive powder and window cleaner. Now I have a whole array to choose from.
Looking at all of this stuff makes me think about how much money I spent to buy it new. It is amazing how quickly items loose their value. I hope I remember this the next time I am looking at some useless item at Walmart. I would love to have all the money back that I spent but passing it on to people who can use it is good too.