A pool pump, part of the package swapped for Hair Brick 6! The lovely Helen Whitney had bid on all five previous bricks but unfortunately missed out every time, so when she bid on the sixth with an offer of swimming pool pump, a fizzy drinks maker, and a satelite receiver box-I couldn't turn her down! Helen was over the moon, I was also made up that she had a brick, the trade was a very emotional moment for the pair of us. We reflected how the project went over a coffee round her house, from a jar of fat I'd completed six outdoor brickmaking performances, gone on a short tour with the finished bricks, made loads of new friends and done some exciting trades. I was now a chicken farmer, and I could vend my eggs if I wanted in my new vending machine, I could also patch myself up with my first aid kit incase any of the chickens turned on me. Helen mentioned that my project was similar to 'the guy that had traded a paperclip'- I made a mental note to check his project out.....then forgot all about it for months.