Hoarding Woes: Field Expedience

Field Expedience: The art of getting the job done despite the limitations (or using what you have to get it done).

My Mom and Aunt spent their adult lives practicing FE (Field Expedience) not while in the military where is often referenced, but rather using what they had to sell their stuff. So, this week we combined two of their FE practices into one FE effort.

This combines my Aunt’s gazillion old card tables she collected and the old boards she would set on top along with my Mom’s upper shelf concept of milk crates she pilfered from somewhere and a narrower board. We ripped a 4′ x 8′ sheet of plywood to 36″ for the bottom table top (about the width of a card table top) and had the remaining 12″ wide piece act as the upper shelf. Perfect Field Expedience.


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