This morning I got on Facebook and did the live video that was originally scheduled for Sunday PM. That night I had some technical difficulties and with my mother-in-law at the house decided I better not stay and fight the computer. But this morning everything went off without a hitch. This video features 99 items from lodges 1-25 that came from a collection I got last year. You can
watch it on Facebook and purchase any of the items if you are registered at my
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I know that 9 AM on a Tuesday is not convenient for anybody to watch a live video sale. However, my thought was if I got the video done then anyone could come behind and watch it as a replay. Any time you view the sale video all the features work. So this way my Hot Finds readers and Facebook followers are both in the loop.
This weekend I'm going to be at the Easley TOR and I hope to see many of you there. This is Chris Jensen's 30th South Carolina TOR and I've been to most of them. In fact today I'll spend most of the day getting patches prepped and ready for the show. Everything I take to a TOR is not listed for sale on the web so come check out my tables!
Yesterday I rolled over about 200 unsold auctions on neckerchiefs into my $5 Dollar Patch Store. That meant lowering the sales price to half of what I was originally asking but my goal is to move out old inventory so I have posted even old camp N/Cs for $5.
If you are coming to the Easley TOR and want to pick up Best Hobby Pages please consider placing an order online now and I will offer free pick up with a discount code. That way I can just hand you the order either Friday or Saturday rather than counting plastic at the show. The discount code is PICKUP.
I've already heard that the authors of the Philmont Millennium book Chip Elliott and Mike McAdams are going to be in Easley. If anybody has a good idea for a podcast shoot me an email as I desperately need to revive that project in 20220.
Keep Calm And Scout On,
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In Charlotte, North Carolina I have an antique mall booth that is filled with nothing but Scouting stuff. I call this location my clearance center because I've marked down everything to move. A lot of what you will find there are items that are too bulky to easily ship from an Internet store. The booth is located in The Sleepy Poet which is a well established antique mall on South Blvd in Charlotte. The mall is open 7-days/week year round. So the next time you are in the area come check it out.