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Went to see a friend today, and he showed me some old tools, dating back to his father and grandfather. I got close in my guess on this one; wanted to see if anyone else can figure it out. Keep in mind that this is not a woodworking tool. It's about 16" long. John
While I was picking last weekend I saw this really cool old drill press. There is an old sickle standing next to it. This is a picture from the front. Here is one from the side. I didn't see a name on it but when I ask about it, they wanted $250.00 so I walked away. That may be a bargain but I didn't know enough about it to drop that much on it. I love the way it tilts.
Because the Labour Day weekend is getting close. What is so special? Weeelll, West Liberty,OH has a place called Lion's Park..... Labour day weekend( Thursday -Sunday) they have a "Tractor Fest" Last year, I could have walked a MILE looking at all the vendors. There is a limited area for RVs to park. LOTS of FOOD! But, the town is a Dry Town....no booze. Some years, a Blacksmith will even set up a forge. Lots of tractors, even a parade of them. Ball games on the ball field, too. Mark them Calenders.....
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