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Old Arizona saying: "A rattlesnake in the living room ends all discussion about animal rights."
 
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My new toy/project





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Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud Tree in my front yard. It is blooming. Soon the blossoms will fall off and it will be covered in green leaves, and then it will go bare for the fall and winter.

Shot with Pentax K-1 and Pentax 14mm lens.



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The other day I finally put in a new tensioner, idler pulley, and serpentine belt. Simple 15mm ratchet fun, OEM parts. 88k miles / 3600 hours / 8 years on the engine. It had begun to intermittently shriek and had always seemed occasionally noisy at the pulleys.

 
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An obsolete calculator. My FIL is a retired civil engineer/bridge designer of over four decades. He said they would use these in the 60s & 70s for their concrete calculations. I thought it was a cool piece of history.


 
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Nice calculator!

Mine is newer than that, it has Nixie tubes. Big Grin


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