Not a one. After investigating the local thrift store (no major furniture) & potential for Ikea crap (cheap bookshelves... prohibitively expensive delivery to the boonies), it looks like my best option is going to be to build shelving for this place. Except there are minimal tools here. If this town or the surrounding ones have a tool library, it doesn't have an internet presence that I've been able to find. I should be able to borrow at least a crosscut saw and a rasp from Z's relatives, but I won't be back in Seattle until next weekend. I suppose that between now and then, my task is to draft the shelving unit and how I envision its pieces fitting together. Not least because 'holds together firmly, yet disassembles with a little work' is a very desirable feature and not one you'll get without planning.

I have, at least, swapped the shower fixture out for my own. That will make being here a great deal more pleasant.

But seriously now. Drafting. Lumber. Bookcases. Must find out if the nearest hardware store will pre-cut your lumber and/or plywood to size.
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From: [personal profile] forests_of_fire


Lowe's or Home Depot will cut lumber for free. That's where I get the shelves for Tutti's cage.
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Where are you all? I would have recommended the Phinney Tool Library, but if you're a long ways out from the city and don't have a car, that wouldn't be all that accessible after all (also not sure if you have to live in the city limits to use their library).
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Oh wow, that's over the mountains from here. Yeah, that's not close at all (at least not to someone like me who can't drive.)
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