I understand your question about what to do with tools when we die. I have THOUSANDS of dollars worth of Snap On tools. My son has NO interest in turning wrench. On the right sale when I am dead & gone they will bring 2-3 times what I paid for them. But I just can't bring myself to sell them as they have been part of my life even before I was married & had kids. I don't use them much anymore but I couldn't stand to be without them.
Re: Where do tools go ? in reply to gmccool, 11-09-2013 08:15:21
I know the feeling, I'm in the same boat as you & several of the other posters. I have outlived 2 wives and all of my children; and I only have 2 nephews, one who is a Teacher, and the other who is interested in movie-making; neither of whom has the slightest interest in tools & mechanics.
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