Yankee Handyman - No. 233H North Bros. Mfg Co. Div Stanley Toolscomments (1) March 1st, 2010 in Project Gallery
It always amazes me when I hear stories of what kids were doing back in the day! They would kill to go outside. Chores had to be done first. When Dad was nine years old, he had to clean the blinds. Now that meant taking them down... you know the 3 inch aluminum blade blinds, bring them into the tub and scrub them down, hang them to dry, and then remount them. Getting the screws in and out by hand was a chore for an adult let alone a nine year old, but leave it to Dad.... He got him a Yankee Handyman Screwdriver. Take em down, put em up... became a lot easier!
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Update: Congratulations to our three winners! starryNight took home first with Froe-Zen in Time, Routerbit48 won second with Dad's Little Helper, and third place went to randyhowes with Old Dogs - New Tricks.
*Contest is closed.
Beginning February 1 and running through March 1, Fine Homebuilding readers can submit photos of their most cherished tools for a chance to win one of three Stanley 60-1/2 Low Angle Block Planes.
We're in search of tools with a great story behind them. Maybe it's a framing hammer passed down from generation to generation, or perhaps it's that first tool you ever bought—the one that's stayed with you through thick and thin over the years. Whatever it is, submit photos of your cherished tools, along with their stories, to our gallery contest for a chance to win.
Contest ends March 1, 2010.
Winners will be announced on or about March 5, 2010.