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    While it's no where near the fantastic quality of the signs that Trabitha makes....

    It is reversible to cover mood swings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    While it's no where near the fantastic quality of the signs that Trabitha makes....

    It is reversible to cover mood swings.

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    I love it! And I love what it's hanging from.

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    Both the saw blade and the piece of plow harness were flea market finds.
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    I suppose it was bound to happen. Just a sign of the times. (giggle) I wondered what you had spray painted in the barter for metal thread. I could see the outline on the table. I should have known it was a saw blade. Cool sign.

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    Nice Sign , And I Have a Question On that Blade Is the Seel From that Blade Good For Medium Knives Say 4 In. Blade and 4,5 In Handle .My Thought Is Would Is Be Flimsey for a Blade .I Ask Cause there's a Guy at the Fleamarket That has 2 Blades 1 Single handle and a 2 handle One .
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    Nice sign, Crash! Is that 550 cord holding the blade to the plow handle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinner View Post
    Nice Sign , And I Have a Question On that Blade Is the Seel From that Blade Good For Medium Knives Say 4 In. Blade and 4,5 In Handle .My Thought Is Would Is Be Flimsey for a Blade .I Ask Cause there's a Guy at the Fleamarket That has 2 Blades 1 Single handle and a 2 handle One .
    The steel makes very good blades if properly heat treated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natertot View Post
    Nice sign, Crash! Is that 550 cord holding the blade to the plow handle?
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    Hey, that's cool, and means you always have spare steel.....when you run out, use the blade....LOL
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    Cool sign there Crash. I also wondered what you had been painting from the barter thread. Now I know. :>)

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    Nice! Also gives the impression that you're cutting your firewood with a hand saw
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildWoman View Post
    Nice! Also gives the impression that you're cutting your firewood with a hand saw
    I'll have you know that my chainsaw never touched this wood.
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    Somebody else's, though?
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    Well, that may be. I collected most of this after our last tropical storm. After the bigger thunderstorms or a named storm comes through the area there is plenty of wood available. I usually like to store oak, but opted for some camphor. I found that the camphor was, without a doubt the toughest wood to split that I have ever laid a wedge and sledge to.
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    that's a awesome sign, it says crashblade all over it LOL. That piece of horse harness is called a hame. There are two hames per harness and the hames go along side the horse collar.

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    very cool!!!

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