Revy - Home Improvements On A Big Scale
FTLComm - Winnipeg
Revy includes a "Tim Hortons" donut shop within the same outlet.
|be attractive to the "impulse buyer" who thinks with a few tools and some slick materials he or she can work wonders. As I looked around the place and the value of those parts that would go into various projects I realised how valuable a tradesman might be. Every aisle I went down showed "how to" steps to install this or that fabulous component and at times it seemed plausible but age and experience have taught me to know that though I can learn to do a lot of things I will not achieve the level of simple competence to measure and cut with any certainty.|
|The light display was a wonder to me as ones eyes can see at a glance so many different ways of illuminating an area, in or outside.|
For me the highlight of the visit was this machine. A sort of fork lift that has the operator on the fork with his controls and he can drive around the facility rising up and down as the occasion requires. I thought this was a neat thing and because of the story's design and lay out it is necessary to have a tool like this to pick up the products that are stored in the upper elevations of the canyons of "fix-it" items.
I found a good stool sat down and checked out the place. From my perch I took a picture looking left then right of the huge store and the mixture of customers. I saw one obvious tradesman and the rest of the people were like me, "looking" and a few wannabe "Tim Allens" like the man with his copper tubing in the picture on the right.
I saw few bargains.