Cool I thought you said everything he had. How big is the extractor, did you get a wax melter, uncapping machine of some sort, how many supers and how many of them are ready and don't need repair. I'm a nosey joker and some of these people have stuff you may not think they have. Eighter way sounds like you have some work gathering things up and getting ready for the spring. See if you can get the book The Queen and I by Edward A. Weiss it's an older beekeeping book the wife may enjoy. Kind of a story of a first year beekeeper and his mentor. The information is older but given in a format non beekeepers will read more.
Now you have it seems storage and extraction taken care of. My next problem is tranporting supers this spring and summer from you outyards. Do you have a pickup truck and trailer of some sort? I'm not trying to discourage you rather point out things before they become issues in the future. A pick up works great and I assume you have one, but a trailer works better because you won't have to unload a pick up all the time before you go to work. Depending on the extraction spot you may can back a trailer in unhook and go.
Have fun and keep us posted I'm enjoying reading these post. I hope you do well and it seems you are on the right track. There are times I would love to have a smaller operation like you are getting it would be so much fun again. And I remember when we were making the same steps you are making now.
I got access to a one ton flat bed truck and trailer. And people that want me to put bee's at there place. But I'm looking for people that will pay for it.