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aaronc

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  1. These aren't the pure original American variety or anything claiming to be a pure lineage. It is the Dunstan brand that has some chinese stock in them for disease resistance. This is their 3rd summer and they are producing well...I have 2. The pics are a few weeks old and they have swelled quite a bit more with all the rain we've got.
  2. Following,..I love these style benches. You've got some nice beefy looking stock there and some great looking joinery. Thanks for posting
  3. Yes sir I'm just fine and thanks for asking. Been busier than usual at work last 3 or 4 weeks and also just the added tasks of mowing and weedeating in summer has kept me busy with all the rain. I'm located in south central Ky in Grayson Co and we are doing A-ok. I've been itching to get back on some fun stuff and hope to starting Thursday and get back on track. I also got a new phone and haven't logged in yet with it but have been checking on post and projects of others with that at work.
  4. Thank you ,,much appreciated. - Aaron
  5. I scored me a pencil drawing, not bad for an 11 year old using eye to hand reference.
  6. Gas in my little hometown usually runs at least some less than whatever they post as a national average. I filled up yesterday,.it was $4.50/gallon. In Louisville it's running around $5/gallon.
  7. Yep on all accounts,..especially those people in a hurry
  8. I did a career change in my mid 30's...before I got into healthcare I was production in a Brake plant. That factory job was 7 days a week,..period. You would get a day off every month or so..just depending. The mileage for the round trip was exactly 60 miles so I totally get the concept. The last time gas went up it hit around 4$ per gallon here back then around '08....I certainly noticed it and ended up buying a Honda civic vs driving my Tacoma to work every single day. Depending on where I'm working at now I may drive much further...but just not as many days.
  9. I liked his work and loved most of the movies he was in.. Ray Liotta Dies: ‘Goodfellas’ Star Was 67 (msn.com)
  10. aaronc

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    Here is something else my birds love,.I set these out from some natural food source. They are a favorite of my Mockingbirds,..Redheaded Woodpeckers and others. I got one in my yard that is decent size and is a big producer, it's bent over with berries....another one I planted about 3 years ago as a small sprig...it's now around 10ft tall and has a decent small crop. It made just a handful last year at 2 years old....I love a mulberry tree.
  11. aaronc

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    I work officially part time and start out every morning that I'm not working with birds and coffee while considering my project(s) for the day...it's important cause I say it is ....people just don't get it ....I don't know what the heck their all looking for in life
  12. aaronc

    Migrant

    What are you feeding that's attracting the Indogo's ?? Spill the beans man.
  13. Beautiful useful build ....and one heckuva informative thread
  14. @steven newman ,...just laughing at Steven and his confused emoji...As for the rest of it I didn't know anyone didn't like it here We got a good boss here and good Captains,..and a talented knowledgeable crew, it's hard to find nowadays ,..stick around.
  15. I had looked for this a couple of times when this thread was going but couldn't find it. I just now found it and thought I'd throw it up here. I have a very large library of things I like in the art department saved on pinterest. I love stuff like this and really like the piece,..here is the info posted with the pic.. "This 18th-century violin makers shop by W. Foster Tracy, 1979, is a miniature built inside a full-size violin. It was on display at the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, Tucson, Arizona. All completed instruments and tools are fully functional in this model."
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