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Re: What can I use these wooden boxes for??

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03-01-2013 08:05:51

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Toolbox is good idea. If you get some small shelving/parts boxs abour 3 inchs wide to set in back for nuts and bolts you"d have front bottom space for long tools. Or have a foam pad on bottom, ammo shelf on back side and could get a couple rifles, shotguns inside, have a latch to keep kids fingers off and make it a large rifle case to put in back of extended cab pickup when traceling. Linseed oil rub and turn it into a clothes box for foot of bed area. I made a couple angle topped box"s with lids sort of like that- about a foot wide, 18 inches high at back and 22+ inches long, real handy in back of mini van and small trailer for tools and camp cooking gear. If worse comes to worse- looks about right size for crematory urn storage- maybe fit 4 peoples worth of box/urns/large mason jars in that one- tack pictures of deceased to inside of lid and when lid is lifted can see who is in jar below picture. (Not my usual Teasing- know a family that has recently deceased father in one of his old tool box"s stored like that- picture on inside of lid, etc- comments have been 'need a bigger toolbox' for mother and son when it is their time to return to ash/dust) RN

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Mike M

03-01-2013 11:40:45

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 Re: What can I use these wooden boxes for?? in reply to RN, 03-01-2013 08:05:51  
I kinda sorta ? like that urn idea. That way you would always remember them as they would be close by and the picture too. Sure beats them being at a cemetary miles and miles away lucky to get flowers once a year.

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