79. This gas stove supply line.
I got a new stove a few years ago and had to buy a supply line to connect it. Then when the stove arrived, I discovered that it came with one. I intended to return it, but never got around to it.
80. This air pump.
Yet another box of aquarium-related supplies. I suppose this means that as soon as I get rid of them, I will decide to set up a new tank and have to re-purchase these things. That’s the thought that’s kept me from tossing all this stuff years ago anyway. Oh well. I don’t need it now, and haven’t for at least ten years, so out it goes.
81-82. These two bottles of aquatic plant fertilizer.
You can tell the challenge is getting a bit more, well, challenging. On Day 3 of the challenge, I eliminated some bottles, but counted them as one item. Not any more! Each one of these counts!
83. This bundle of airline tubing.
Because one never knows when one will have some air that needs to be tubed.
84. This airline manifold.
For diverting airlines to various features in an aquarium. Too bad I don’t have an aquarium anymore.
85. This thingy for measuring the mix of water/anti-freeze in your car’s radiator.
It seems so old-fashioned. Remember when you had to mix water with anti-freeze in your radiator? I can’t even think of the last time I didn’t pay someone else to do this for me.
86-91. These two aquarium powerhead pumps, and their attachments.
It’s not cheating if each of these things was a separate item in a box I really want to get rid of.