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IMG_20150802_134429476.jpgWhatsit??18 viewsOn the curb while picking up the teen, probably good steel, roof jacks? nicknaylo
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hip_roof_002.JPGhip roof tool box 171 viewsdon't know maker roy griggs
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hip_roof_001.JPGhip roof tool box62 viewsI've had this one awhile '65/66roy griggs
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Survival_Stick_contents.jpgSurvival stick contents63 viewsMagnifying glass to start fires. Knife and sharpening stone. Trot line, fly fishing line and lures. Compass. Swedish fire steel. Waterproof matches. Mirror under the compass. Whistle. Waterproof container that slides into the top of the stick. Brass tacks to measure depths up to two feet. Sam Peterson
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dscn0656_scaled.jpgInteresting roof, Moscow Zoo, June 200949 viewsBuilding in Moscow Zoo compound, with interesting roof. June 2009timpendleton
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dscn0657_scale_adj_crop.jpgMoscow Zoo, June 200931 viewsInteresting roof and shingle detail on structure in Moscow Zoo compound. June 2009.timpendleton
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dscn0434_scaled.jpgMoscow April 200952 viewsWooden shingles on roof of Romanov Palace Chambers in Zaryadye. This is about three blocks from Red Square.timpendleton
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dscn0435_scaled.jpgMoscow April 200949 viewsWooden shingles on roof of Romanov Palace Chambers in Zaryadye. This is about three blocks from Red Square.timpendleton
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BirdA.jpgNew and Improved118 viewsWeasel ( yarn winder) calibrated to make a "Pop" every 200 yards of yarn. The spinner then makes a knot in the yarn and continues to turn the weasel until all her yarn is measured.
I made this one with the gearbox as a birdhouse with a removable roof, so you could look at the works.
Entirely of tulip poplar, excepting gears. The hub is a turned section of tree limb. The dark wood is the pretty heartwood of the tulip tree,
The little Red Bird is cherry, of course.
Poly finish.



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07_proof_concept.jpgproof of concept91 viewsHere's the beech pen parts I made as a test before trying the curly maple. I actually like the beech better.dlarue
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006.JPGRoof view of Squirrewl feeder59 viewsNote the use of half lap joinery on roof section. I used dados, screws and Titebond glue. In the future I may try it with out the screws. This was a christmas present for my step father. So I didnt want it to come apart. KellysW
 
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