This looks like a fairly decent dishwasher.
A simple yet still-working charcoal grill.
Pull the dead vines off the fencing and someone could create a dog pen. The vines could be used to restring the crabbing net.
I don’t know about you, but these couches are definitely nicer than the couch in my college apartment. Maybe they smell bad.
Mother’s Day is around the corner. How impressed would she be if you rolled up with this chair as a gift? You could say, “Yeah, Mom, I definitely picked up this nice old chair at the high-end flea market and not off the side of the road.”
What’s more green than reusing an old electric lawnmower?
All a person would need to heat up their meals is right here.
These couches look like the type a person keeps on the porch for the friend who isn’t able to drive home.
There was at least one person going around picking up the probably-still-working grills.
All this twin mattress set needs is some new sheets.
It’s missing the mirror on top and the knobs to open the drawers, but this bureau could hold fair amount of clothing.
This chair has “sitting on an enclosed porch” written all over it.
Who would have guessed on Monday that this would not be the only light-blue toilet put out this week?
It’s a bit of a rat’s nest, but someone might be able to get this open-air dryer working.
Some little girl’s room would be so much nicer with this bed frame.
According to the note, this stove still works.
A chalkboard for the kiddos’ room.
The city truck keeps busy driving around picking up the bulk trash.
An air hockey table and a foosball table would be perfect for the game room.
This person appears to have even put out the necessary wiring components for this television.
The second light-blue toilet of the week.
It’s the beach. Someone will definitely need a body board.
Did this bench and the weights get used too much, or did they sit in the garage unused?
Looks like a pile of junk, but there’s a decent-enough plant stand in there.
Someone took advantage of the nice weather and held an impromptu yard sale.
This setup looks like someone is about to charge $10 for parking.
A little sandpaper and some TLC, and someone could be using these fireplace tools and andirons this fall.
This appears to be a perfectly nice area rug.
A day at the beach isn’t complete without sandcastle building and games.
This grill might be trash, but it’s clearly led a good life.
This load includes a clothes dryer and a dishwasher. Hopefully, they got the right kind of washer as a replacement.
These chairs don’t even have holes in the butt area.
This house gets the award for making the most of the bulk recycling event.
A note makes sure the trash hauler doesn’t confuse these with yard waste bins.
Not much here but another planter. If you look closely enough, a few weeds are already growing.
Probably too small for an adult, but the kids could have fun splashing.
City employees continue picking up more trash.
This couch looks like a good place for a dog to sleep.
Need a new closet door? We got you covered.
You can’t work all the time. Might as well enjoy the outdoors and go fishing.
This mower looks like it still works.
With a good scrubbing, this cabinet could be a nice accent piece in someone’s living room.
Suitcases are good for when summer is over and it’s time to say byb-bye to the summer fling as quickly as possible.
Subletting isn’t encouraged in most apartments, but here’s a For Rent sign in case someone wanted to try.
This appears to be a bike rack, which would be useful for the cruisers.
Copy and scan while you do laundry and watch television.
This pile says, “I put out a bunch of stuff yesterday and they took it. Let’s see what else they’ll take.”
The pollen on this office chair adds character.