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  1. The NRA's museum of firearm antiquities.
  2. The Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum was opened in 1984 in Nakayamate, Kobe, as the only museum of carpentry tools in Japan, with the objective to collect and conserve such disappearing tools as a cultural heritage, and to pass them on to the next generation through research and exhibitions. Source: About Us
  3. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Inside the Maloof customer gallery, this is where potential customers come and place orders. This chair is one of his earlier models, you can tell by the straight back support spindles, later he started curving the back for lumbar support.
  4. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    This is the front entrance courtyard to the Maloof home, this was the beginning of our tour, the inside of the home was amazing, with his work all over the place, and their art collection.
  5. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    I used to own a Hitachi F-1000A just like this one, I loved mine. But man was it loud!
  6. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Old hand drill press mounted outside the shop of Maloof
  7. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    The smell inside of Maloof's walnut storage barn was incredible. My wife looks on in awe at the figure in the slab walnut.
  8. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    My lovely wife on our 28th Anniversary date to the Maloof compound. This is a separate gallery showcasing the friends of Maloof and their artwork they donated or gifted to the family. The chair is a Maloof, the only Maloof item in this gallery, made of Avocado wood from one of his trees, it was not the best looking Maloof I have seen, the wood did not take his finish very well, and it was blotchy, and I am certain it was not his favorite chair, thus the reason they set here, accessible to the public.
  9. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    24" diameter, made by the Moutlthrop's, I love these vessels, the family is knows for there huge bowls/vessels. You can see their work at http://www.moulthropstudios.com/
  10. John Morris

    Maloof Shop

    From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    I look inside the shop of Sam Maloof, you can view a chair in progress at the end room.
  11. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  12. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  13. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  14. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  15. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    The customer gallery is open to potential clients and tours. This is where clients come in, sit down, view the quality, and place their orders.
  16. The museum is a place of living memory where craftsmen still produce hayforks in micocoulier wood. They are sold to individuals and professionals who use them in daily agriculture and breeding. It is also the essential accessory for a rustic decoration or a reconstruction of old times.
  17. My son and I took advantage of free day at our local air museum. They had an open house, open to all who wanted to come, free entry, so hey, we woke up Saturday morn and son said, hey Dad, wanna go see the air field museum, it's a free day, and I said, "Son, you're playin my fiddle, lets go!". So we jumped into the car and headed out to March Air Field Museum and had a wonderful morning, followed up by some fast food on the way back home, burgers and fries with my boy, what a great way to start our Saturday morning! Side note: One of the images you'll see my son standing next to Uncle Sam, he is clearly at attention, this is his first year in AFJROTC as a freshman in high-school. Our son wants to be a medic in the Army, but AFJROTC is available at his high-school. His hair is a tad long, but we fixed that today with a number 1 faded to a number 2. His command will be happy tomorrow. So, here are few images of what we saw. To our war veterans, there are some images of Vietnam and OIF period displays, my intention is not to bring up challenging memories, but to honor our service men and women. Wood props of WW1 Air Planes 17th Pursuit Group, 95th Pursuit Squadron, airplane fabric panel. I loved these old insignias, they had a sense of humor back then as well. A burro! Name plate for above panel. The squadron this panel came from. A diorama of Doolittle Raiders take off. Part of an old prop, with an old saying. B-24 Flying Fortress gunner turret My son standing at the entry of the turret, for context. One of the curators of the museum, saw my boy, and he stated, that is the size of young man they would have looked for to serve in the turret. The men had to be smaller in size. Where my son's forearm is resting, is basically the seat the gunner would sit on, this thing was very small! It's not often I see a memory of the conflict I served in, it was such a small war relative to our current and past, but it was not small to the families of the American men who were killed in "Operation Just Cause", Panama, 1989. The time I spent in that brief span of my life left a deep impact in me and shaped my life for years after. It was short, but for me, impactful. I was in country months before the invasion, and I was in country a year and a half after the invasion, I'll never forget my time there. Not too mention, a year after our invasion, I met my beautiful wife in Panama, so really, the impact of my service in Central America, is life long. Son, standing at attention, next to Uncle Sam. He has a good military bearing doesn't he? Vietnam Vietnam war time night vision scope Vietnam war radios The Tunnel Rats, I don't know how those men did it. Vietnam War What museum is complete without a Wright Bros re-enactment! Remember, the brothers were bicycle builders in the beginning. OIF display Firebase Charlie display, Vietnam War This plaque belongs to the air craft in the next image. Air Cav!!!!!! Many of our Vietnam Veterans will remember these, the Mule. Shuttling supplies to those who needed it, even under fire. This plaque belongs to the air craft in the next image. I love these. The War Dog Memorial Thank you folks for following us along, these are only a small amount the displays we saw, I did not whip out my camera as much as I could of, I was too busy enjoying the sites.
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