Another Courtyard Inventory

3 years after the last inventory; let’s see what’s changed.

1 bored frosh with a laptop
1 bored senior with a camera
1 Blacker House Ct. street sign, hanging from the north gate

8 wooden pallets
n pieces of wood scavenged from other pallets

Bored frosh is not bored enough to count all this.

1 quick release, hanging from a tree
2 ladders
2 wooden spools
3 carts
2 grills
1 ping pong cannon
1 PVC cannon
1 small semi-functional trebuchet, from Ditch Day

The grill actually works (who would’ve guessed?). Ping pong and PVC cannon are to the right.

4 pieces of the hot tub
1 large piece of black plastic (for the hot tub)

Hot tub pieces, and one of the couch swings.

2 couch swings
1 “normal” swing, hanging from the tree
2 hanging rings
1 hammock, currently on the ground
1 bench
1 hose
2 workbenches

1 rolley chair
1 table saw
2 miter saws
2 hand carts

One of the hand carts.

1 drill press
4 large red buckets
3 smallish green buckets
1 orange home depot bucket
1 metallic bucket
2 broken red work lights
2 functioning yellow work lights
1 table

1 thing of vegetable oil
1 roll of paper towels
1 part of a hard drive
2 extension cords
1 giant cardboard tube

You can also see 2 carts, 1 spool, and 1 grill.

2 lofts’ supplies
8 bags of corn starch
1 mysterious hat, which may or may not have been chucked out the library window

2 full bags of soil
2 open bags of soil
2 watering cans
8 plants each in their own bucket
1 partially deconstructed dome-ish thing

Plants! As well as other things. The dome-ish thing is in the corner.

4 bags of sand
2 face masks
1 pair of safety glasses
1 measuring tape
1 roll of duct tape
1 tennis ball (2 when this list started, but one was relocated to the library)

4 pieces of scrap wood
1 empty flower pot
6 filled flower pots
1 shovel
1 broom
1 bizarre piston thing

A really large paperweight.

2 strands of rope
1 pot on a stick
3 bikes
2 long boards
1 air compressor
1 planter with plants that occasionally disappear

This used to be filled with plants, then one day, was randomly and completely empty. Housing didn’t even know why.

 

 
That’s all that I came across, but by the time you’re reading this, there’s probably another set of things in the courtyard. And so it goes…

 

We even cleaned it recently and everything.

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