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Nice shot--I like that the bridges get a window view to watch the outside world before being glued up into their final station in life...
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Nice shot--I like that the bridges get a window view to watch the outside world before being glued up into their final station in life...
Fine observation Nemoman. They do seem more content to have had this view before immobility descends upon them.

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And let me add my thanks as well to Dennis, Stan and Rye for the kind comments. And all else for following along.

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Nice shot--I like that the bridges get a window view to watch the outside world before being glued up into their final station in life...
Today for the first time in three years the bridges got to see a heavy snow. Millimeters worth.

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Today for the first time in three years the bridges got to see a heavy snow. Millimeters worth.
My late uncle "wintered" in the Harlingen area for almost 50 years - about 12 years ago he came back to his brother's funeral with a hat that said "I survived the blizzard of 200_" It had snowed for the first time since 1888 apparently.
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We had an 1 1/2 of snow in San Antonio the first week of December this year. Stayed overnight as well, marked the first measurable snow fall since 1986 I believe or 84....today ice, roads and schools closed, tons of accidents.
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Smile Drive careful in the snow...

We may have some snow here in the Mts. East of San Diego this weekend. I am hoping for some as we can use more wet.
The scary thing is folks who do not understand how to drive in it, as Tom has seen! Sheesh.

Meanwhile I am wondering about the neck carve in the last pic! Looks a bit fat in the shoulders... haha

Mighty pretty stuff gentlemen! May your herds increase!!!

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January 17: A first around here - vaporization

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Welcome to dry winter weather like the rest of us have! Or is that for tea?
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Welcome to dry winter weather like the rest of us have! Or is that for tea?
We need some brains around here. It should have pulled double duty. Iíll bring the tea tomorrow.
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Meanwhile I am wondering about the neck carve in the last pic! Looks a bit fat in the shoulders... haha
Mighty pretty stuff gentlemen! May your herds increase!!!

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Thanks Paul, much appreciated.
Yes, about that neck: it's for slide guitar past the 1st fret.
Saves lots of time in neck carving!

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January 18: Pipe bending

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January 19: Cutting necks

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Steve's amazing, but that Myrtle is really Amazing!!! Wild!
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Ah yes ... cutting necks in the famous "back room". Is one of those going to be a slot head?
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