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Show off your Adirondack's, Picnic Tables, Planters, and Yard Art.
Passed this while on a road trip. Someone had taken a dead tree almost down, then chain sawn the likeness of the Local High School's Mascot. Base of Thatcher Hill, on St Rt 508. The sword can be replaced, sometimes, he even is holding a flag..
I find the best thing to use when making a whirly gig for out doors is to start with a bicycle wheel.
Oh yea, it is important to have a welder plus the wheels.
Cross your fingers for I have no idea where these are going once I press the button.
The swivels are from a go-cart supply which I what I did for a number of years. Not every one has the distinction of building a go-cart track but I are one of them that did that. So when I sold out I kept lots of things I thought I might use later in life.
I use sheet aluminum and an air nimbler to cut out the directional pieces for the windmills.
John, I started working with resin in the late 70s. But, using it in wood took a bit longer. IIRC, I started experimenting with resin and, rocks in wood about 1998, or so.
There's a few mesquite table tops that will likely see some colored resin in the near future.