Transition Whatcom

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: 9 hours ago

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

Offer: FREE: Mature Corn Snake to good home

Started by Margo Terrill. Last reply by Margo Terrill on Saturday. 1 Reply

Hey all you herpetologists. We love our corn snake, Mikey. Mikey is an awesome snake and would like to be handled, (gently and deftly) regularly for exercise. We find we are not handling Mikey as…Continue


Started by Alys Kennedy Aug 12. 0 Replies

I have a lovely young (nearly four months old) who needs a good home.  This a very friendly rooster who was raised by a hen and handled a lot by me.  He is black and white mottled, a mixture of…Continue

Skillshare Faire needs Volunteers and Cashiers

Started by Alicia Wills Aug 6. 0 Replies

Hey everybody,The Faire is coming up fast - August 23/24 - and it's going to be a lot of fun!  See the schedule online at…Continue

Room for rent with private bath ~ Country Living on a Beautiful 5 acres - Smith and Noon rds.....

Started by Jamie Jedinak Aug 4. 0 Replies

10 minutes from Bellingham!$375 + util ~ It has elec and propane heatSee the stars, quiet home on shared 5 acres. Land owners live in the main house.The dwelling is a separate 2 brdm/2 bath - 2…Continue

Tags: community, shared, country, living, gardening

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Comment by Patricia Herlevi 9 hours ago

I'm moving out of my apartment at the end of August and could use some help taking a few small things (not easily carried on a bus) to the Re-Store on the 29th or 30th.  And I'm looking for someone with a vacuum cleaner who can help me vacuum dust in my apartment.  Due to a current health condition, I'm supposed to avoid large amounts of dust so I could use help.  It's vacuuming ledges, behind the fridge and under radiators, about an hours worth of vacuuming maybe less.

Also does anyone can borrow? In the past I was washing the floors on my hands and knees, which exposed me to lead paint.

patriciacrowherlevi at

I would appreciate any help.  Could use some help moving boxes as soon as I find a new home.

obably got too much exposure to lead from old paint doing that.

Comment by Margo Terrill on Saturday

I'll pay for clean, aged manure delivered. I'll rent a truck if delivery is not possible.  I also need wood chips, but the manure is first priority.

Comment by Patricia Herlevi on August 12, 2014 at 8:16pm

Moving out of an apartment because of health problems and could use some help moving (mostly boxes of books, CDs, futon frame and mattress) at the end of August.  Could use some help cleaning too since I'm dealing with respiratory problems and deep cleaning is a health risk for me, even with a dust mask.  I also don't own a vacuum cleaner.

I don't have anything to offer in exchange at this time, but if you feel it in your heart to give a sustainable sister a hand, I'm eternally grateful to you.  I don't know how I can do this alone to be honest.

patriciacrowherlevi at

Comment by Patricia Herlevi on August 11, 2014 at 10:16am

I'm selling Boston Acoustic speakers that originally came with my Gateway desktop computer in 1998.  The wiring requires tweaking but the speakers work.  $10.00 for the set.

Comment by Patricia Herlevi on August 11, 2014 at 10:14am

I just took a leap of faith and gave notice to move out of my current apartment.  If you are a healer or know of other healers looking to rent space in their home (Cornwall Park/Broadway Park, Sunnyland, Fairhaven, York, Lettered Streets) please contact me ASAP. My plan is to share a space for 6 months to a year while I look into programs for low-income home buying in Bellingham. 

It has taken me nearly 3 years to take this leap of faith and all the courage I have so I pray that I find a place to land by the end of August.

patriciacrowherlevi at

Comment by Garrett Snedaker on August 2, 2014 at 1:36am

Kendra and I are going to have to put off purchasing a tiny house, so we're looking for a place to rent. We're moving back to Bellingham soon but aren't seeing much on Craigslist that appeals to us. Does anyone in the TW community have a mother-in-law unit or basement apartment or even a room to rent to a couple with 2 cats? Kendra works part-time from home while studying for a new career and I'll be returning to my old job with a local nonprofit, so we can't afford a whole lot. But we'll take very good care of any place we rent and we always pay bills on time. Thank you for your time.

Comment by Garrett Snedaker on July 7, 2014 at 10:46pm

My wife and I are buying a tiny house, which will sit on a trailer. Is there anyone who would be open to renting space on their property for us and our tiny house? We would need to be able to connect to utilities. Thank you.

Comment by Paul Kuepfer on May 7, 2014 at 5:08pm


Wheelbarrow wheels/tires, bike trailer wheels and assemblies, dock cart wheels, carriage wheels, or anything that will support the frame and display for a semi-mobile cart to sell produce to our portion of the Birchwood Neighborhood. We grow a lot of food.

Calls for clarification are welcome. 318-6650 


Comment by Hank Kastner on May 3, 2014 at 6:47pm

call Steven at Urban Forester -

he's in the neighborhood; the way it works: he regularly has chips from his business & is happy to dump them for you - but you have to get on his waiting list, just wait for it to show up, and take whatever material he has on the day (and someday use his services?)

Comment by warren miller on May 3, 2014 at 4:07pm

Any suggestions for a good local source for wood chips for use in our garden?


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