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Community Asks and Offers


Community Asks and Offers

Exchange goods & services. Post an offer or make a request. The value of the exchange is determined mutually by the people making the trade. Consider also

Location: Whatcom County
Members: 145
Latest Activity: Mar 19

How to Participate

Please click on "Add a Discussion" (at bottom of Discussion Forum section) to Ask for something you want, or to Offer something you have to trade or sell or give away.

Once the exchange you initiate is completed, please come back and remove the original post by clicking on the small 'x' to the right of your discussion.

Discussion Forum

Community Support for Coronavirus Pandemic

Started by David MacLeod. Last reply by J. C. Walker,Jr. Mar 19. 2 Replies

Perhaps this Community Asks and Offers Group could be a place that members will find useful again? Janaki Kilgore wrote to me the following after receiving this morning's TW Newsletter addressing the…Continue

Tags: coronavirus, support, community

Anyone have a backyard with space and water/electric hookups for a tiny house?

Started by Nina Zamudio. Last reply by Angela MacLeod Mar 26, 2018. 1 Reply

Hello :)  We are currently living in the area up near Birch Bay and would like to move closer in to town. We are a couple, both employed, no children and no pets. We live happily in a 160 sq ft tiny…Continue

Gardener's Delight - 2 bdrm house in Bellingham for rent March 15th

Started by David MacLeod Dec 30, 2017. 0 Replies

Want to be my neighbor?  Posting from Alicia Wills that I am passing along:Two bedroom house on a shared large property in the Birchwood neighborhood is coming up for rent on March 15th, 2018.  This…Continue

SOS: Scything on Sunday

Started by David MacLeod Jun 21, 2017. 0 Replies

FYI, we're hosting a "Sunday Scythe Social" on 6/25/17 to try to get the back part of our yard under control.More details here:…Continue

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Comment by Angela MacLeod on March 11, 2018 at 9:34pm

Cardboard offered. Big, dry, flat, great for sheet mulching. We have more than we need. Come get it.

Call first,

(360) 733-3541

Comment by Angela MacLeod on January 16, 2018 at 11:31am

VCR Player? Does anyone have one I could borrow for a week? I have a bunch of vhs recordings of my dance and choreography from decades ago and I want to see if the tapes are still viable. Should transfer to digital and I will if the tapes are still in good enough shape.


Comment by Dana Dryg on July 2, 2017 at 1:37pm

Just cut down a bunch of bamboo. There are are probably a few dozen good poles up to an inch in diameter and up to 10 feet long. They are in the driveway next to the dark blue truck at 2731 Elm St. Help yourself.

Comment by Angela MacLeod on March 28, 2017 at 9:38am

I'm looking to re-home my flock of 7 chickens (no roosters) They are 2 years old, very healthy and laying eggs. My life has gotten busier so I need to find a good home for these lovely birds.

I'm looking for people who want to have a small flock and will continue giving these ladies a good life. I prefer to find someone who is experienced keeping hens, but....

I'm willing to help someone get started with this flock, and share what I know.

I raised them from 2 days old and they've had only organic feed and filtered water. They have access to a large yard and frequent new patches of grass so they get greens and insects daily. They've had a primo life. They have been treated very kindly and they are gentle in temperament. I'd like to find a similar quality of home for them. (not expecting that they won't be butchered eventually....just want them to have a good life while alive).

I hope to find someone who can take all 7 so they can stay together but there's room for negotiating. Price to be determined. Call if you are interested. 733-3541. Leave your phone number. I don't text.

Comment by Cindi Landreth on July 11, 2016 at 12:18pm

Patricia Herlevi, The website address for is 

good luck!

Comment by David MacLeod on May 9, 2016 at 12:38pm

Thank you Dana!!

Comment by Dana Dryg on May 8, 2016 at 2:16pm

My neighbor at 2801 Elm St. (intersection of Elm & Maryland) has a bunch of dried bamboo poles that he is getting rid of. We thought someone might be able make use of them. They're free and are at the curb. Leaves have been cleaned off. Some 10ft long or longer, all sizes, but some 1.5in. diameter. Available today only (Sunday). They'll be hauled away tomorrow.

Comment by Dana Dryg on April 6, 2016 at 5:49pm

Three free earth machines at the corner of W. Maryland and Elm Street. Two short blocks from the Haggen on Meridian. Well used but still work. Still have doors and lids.

Comment by Richard McManus on April 24, 2015 at 12:45am

Chapter three: 

Why We Need a New Congressional Investigation of 9/11 parts one to 14
A summary of the irrefutable evidence that the World Trade Center buildings collapsed due to explosions, not fire - 92 pages see: I had to post this in 7 or 8 page sections


Chemtrails are not contrails.  And the nano-aluminum being strayed in our sky is toxic.

Learn chemistry and about thermate Nano-thermate was found in the dust at ground zero


Also pay attention to the color of the smoke in this thermite fire.  It is light gray and is made up of aluminum oxide.   This is important because the smoke from the wreckage on 9/11 was light gray or white.   Burning jet fuel has a lot of black smoke from jet fuel carbon that was not complete turned into heat.




 The stuff the melted the World Trade Center steel and destroyed the whole building so it feel down at free fall acceleration.  But wait... if the upper floors crushed the floors below the falling upper part, the crushing should have slowed down the fall and the whole building would not have collapsed at the speed (free fall acceleration) of a bowing ball dropped thru think air.



Now here is some video of nano-thermate fires burning in the wreckage on 9/11.


Notice the movement and color of the flames.    It is too bad those fire fighters did not take the time to look closely at what the hell had been burning and the marks on the steel.   Later steel was recovered that was burnt paper thin with even swiss-cheese like holes in it.  Metal experts also found the element sulfur melted into the paper thin remains of steel columns.   Sulfur when added to nano-thermate, makes the fire  hotter.



Comment by Richard McManus on April 24, 2015 at 12:44am

chapter two: 

The war on science is related to this.


9/11 - summary of Irrefutable Evidence   parts 1 to 3

Part one

part two

and three


The FBI covered up the fact that Saudi Arabia was involved in the mass murder on 9/11see U-tube video for more information April 14, 2015


The FBI agent in charge of the anthrax investigation - Richard Lambert, says he thinks the FBI was part of a cover up and the bad guy(s) who done it have not been arrested.


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