Unboxing the Abandoned Homestead – The Garage, Part 1

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As we work our way through the contents of the various outbuildings (and soon the house as well) on the abandoned homestead we purchased, we are finding all sorts of treasures.

For those who haven’t had a chance to see them yet, we have already published numerous videos Exploring the Abandoned House, Exploring the Abandoned Homestead: The Garage and now that we are working our way through the garage contents, we wanted to share the unboxing of the contents with those of you who are interested.

Here’s the first of many videos to come, unboxing the garage part one.

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  1. Diana Smith says

    Garage part I Sue Miller got it correctly A handle that attaches to the square Corning Pirex Dish to use it as a fry pan or bake in it. Hard to find, very useful. Enjoying seeing you go through the house and now the garage boxes. It’s like going to a garage sale and not having to buy anything.

  2. Val Peterson says

    That black handle thing could be for a pot. I bought one from a house party years ago, it was expensive, and it was like a Corning ware type white pot. You could use it on the stove, or in the oven. The handle snapped on or off( if using in the oven.) It came with a glass lid and a plastic one for in the fridge.

  3. Sue Miller says

    Handle for Corning casserole. Black item with movable part

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