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lew

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  1. Lookin' Good! I like the nap idea.
  2. Thanks, Dan. I saw this, too and have posted it on several social media outlets.
  3. Really nice pens, Dan!
  4. It's a molded asphalt/material with a hardened finish. Less expensive than metal but probably doesn't have the life expectancy of metal, either. Apply with corrugated roofing nails. Been on my shed for at least 10 years and holding up well.
  5. When you build a shed, it's never big enough. I'd build it 10' x 12'- max without a permit and only 2 extra sheets of sheathing. 24" wall stud spacing will work fine. Set it on a crush stone base with 4 x 4 treated runners. T1-11 exterior sheathing and corrugated asphalt roof panels. Just my 2¢
  6. WOW missed that, too! Thanks all for your service and sacrifice.
  7. What stuck with me most was the almost ghostly appearance of the faces on the statues
  8. That's the one I was referring to, Gene. It was a wet cloudy day when we were there and the weather really accentuated the mood of the monument.
  9. lew

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    Than You, Gerald! I'll be sure and include these tips in next weeks "Wednesday's..."
  10. If you ever get to Washington, DC, be sure to see the Korean War memorial. It is unforgettable.
  11. Rarely, we only knew part of it after he passed away. Once while watching an old TV series presented by Walter Cronkite, he pointed out himself in some newsreel battle footage. He was very proud of his service to our country but never flaunted it- other than the G.I. haircut he always had . We had his name listed at the World War II memorial in Washington D.C. but he passed away a few months before the monument was opened to the public.
  12. We watched every episode and the bought the tape ste for my Dad. He fought at the Battle of the Bulge and was one of the first soldiers to get across the Ludendorff Bridge during its' capture at the Battle of Remagen.
  13. It was an HBO special series. It was later released on tape and I believe DVD. The local library may have it for viewing.
  14. @FlGatorwood That's a neat video, Thanks! @Gerald I have used old banjo strings. I really like how the EWT handles/strings are designed for interchangeability.
  15. @Steve Krumanaker Thank You! Those EWT handles are really neat! @Gerald Thanks! @Woodbutcherbynight Thank You! I've used old banjo strings. @Larry Buskirk Thanks! I should have mowed but it's been a week of subbing. @HandyDan Thank You! That urn is the coolest thing I've seen in a long time! @Jim from Easy Wood Tools Thanks!
  16. A couple of times I made how-to YouTube videos but didn't realize the radio was playing in the background. YouTube didn't like my oldies station and dinged me for trying to use copyrighted music. Here's a link to free audio that can be used, if you do that sort of thing https://www.techsupportalert.com/content/best-sites-download-royalty-free-music.htm
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