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HARO50

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    Building a Bed Frame

    Hope not! Just dry up a bit. John
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    Improving On Everything

    Around here the law says you can't take a trapped animal more than a kilometer from where you trapped it! A squirrel, let alone a deer, would be back before YOU got home. John
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    Happy Birthday Herb!

    ANOTHER 150-year old! All the best, Herb! John
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    Largest Domestic Furniture Manufacturers?!

    So..... am I to assume that China bought the U.S.??? John
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    Useless conversation and other drivel...

    You WOULD like tat one, wouldn't you, @Stick486. Your own personal philosophy! John
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    the Toolbox of America -- Stanley

    I was wondering how long it would take you to notice! John
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    Useless conversation and other drivel...

    Looks like you got around Kelly on that one. Nice turn of words! John
  8. I took these pictures this morning, about 1 1/2 miles from home. This guy has quite a collection of old planes and such. Hawker Hurricane in front, Supermarine Spitfire behind. The spitfire, and behind.... a Messerschmitt bf109. Also, note the tank in the background. And this, I believe, is a de Havilland DH98 Mosquito in the making. The gentleman who owns these items is retired. He and his wife run a B&B in their home, and for a hobby, he builds full-size planes, tanks, and even a submarine (It's in hid pond!). He also has a Sopwith Camel and a Fokker Triplane (red, of course!) which were in the shade, so I'll try to get a picture later. He builds these items using discarded aluminum lawn furniture and above-ground swimming pools! And you thought YOU were good at recycling? John
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    You Might Find This Interesting.

    Always wanted to take the mule ride to the bottom. Can you still do that? John
  10. HARO50

    You Might Find This Interesting.

    I may get to meet someone from TPW after all! Let me know when you're coming. John
  11. HARO50

    You Might Find This Interesting.

    https://modelaacres.com/ Hope this works! John
  12. HARO50

    Building a Bed Frame

    Offer him a hand saw.... a dull one at that! No sense making it TOO easy for him! John
  13. HARO50

    Gas Range With No Vent.

    REALLY??? All the way out there on the mesa? I thought you'd still be using kerosene lamps. John
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    Hey, I'm Just Thinking Out Loud but

    Hmmm... I'll have to work on it. John
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    My Latest Dilema

    I think most of us have some of those! John
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    Tabs on the Weather...

    So.... bright and sunny, then? John
  17. HARO50

    a Big Buck-Eye Birthday Salute To.

    All the best on your big day, Steven! John
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    Tabs on the Weather...

    Your rain took a wrong turn, and ended up here, Keith. Been coming down HARD all night! John
  19. HARO50

    My Latest Dilema

    A nice bonfire? John

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