If you’ve never explored the Government Surplus Auction site, then you’re in for a real treat. You’ll find everything from tools, toys, cars, trucks, boats, and even retired Blackhawk helicopters. All could be yours…if you’re the highest bidder.

How does the Government Surplus Auction site work?

It’s pretty simple to navigate through the auction site, select a category and start browsing. I like to browse by location and narrow it down to items within driving distance in Washington, Oregon, or Idaho – I suppose if I really want something, I might be willing to drive across the country for it but haven't found that item yet. It turns out that this week, there are some items up for grabs in Richland and if you win the bid online and you can pick it up here in town. Here are a few items up for bid through 11/2.

A Box of Laptops and Tablets

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Are you planning to move soon? Bid on these hand trucks. 

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Get a jump start for spring and bid on these pots for planting. 

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Need a Rolling Step Ladder? Here it is!

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Hurry, bidding on these items and many others ends on November 2nd.  Check out the list and learn how to make a bid at GSAauctions.com.

Check Out This Breaktaking Romantic Hood Canal Vacation Rental

This Hood Canal hideaway has been recently remodeled and sits in the woods perched on the shores of Hood Canal near Seabeck, Washington. 

Experience One of the Most Scenic Hikes on the Oregon Coast

In 1806 Captain Clark of the Corps of Discovery described what is now Ecola State Park in Oregon as “…the grandest and most pleasing prospects which my eyes ever surveyed…”. I completely agree with Captain Clark and that’s why I make it a point to visit the park, which is near Cannon Beach, each year. And, there’s no better time than right now! Scroll down and take a gander at nature's glory.