It looks more and more like I am going to be skipping the WSJ. After 5 1/2 weeks of camp I think it's time I spend some time on the home front. Apparently this week alone the kitchen faucet is leaking and some drywall fell down in the garage. It's always weird stuff like this when I'm away. But it's not my wife complaining it's more about I have had my Scout vacation for the summer and I need to get back to the real world.
My other motivation is I landed my second large collection in the last three months that has 1000+ OA flaps so I have a lot of work to do scanning listing and selling these items to recoup money. My daughter is going to the WSJ and this will be her Scouting memory.
Keep Calm And Scout On,
Jason Spangler Hot Finds Newsletter
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.