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The wife and I were in France last week, we took the wrong staircase in the Louvre and ended up face-to-face with this guy.

And I thought you found yourself on the set of "Night at the Museum" Wink


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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Looks kind of like one of the heads from Easter Island.

flashguy


That's exactly what it was. I must say, they lit it very well.


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Looks kind of like one of the heads from Easter Island.


Moai
carved by the Rapa Nui people





Safety, Situational Awareness and proficiency.



Neck Ties, Hats and ammo brass, Never ,ever touch'em w/o asking first
 
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Native Ladies Slippers. I have a patch of these growing in my woods behind the house. Interesting flower, usually blooms around Mothers Day.


Taken with my iPhone.

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Just another day in paradise.

NRA
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Off work this evening so here are a few cool things from the place I rent in.

Cool old wall mounted coffee grinder:


Old Kodak thermometer:


Got some horns:


A Victrola:


A old school phone which I slammed my head into last evening when I stood up. Big time OUCH:


Old Frigidaire chili maker made by General Motors:


Beautiful tile work in my bathroom:


2nd Bathroom tiles:




Someone made this Spark Plug Man. He takes no prisoners:






I seem to have lost the picture of the old pedal sewing machine.

Here's a ARAK upper from work:


And there you are!
 
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Snapped a picture of my turntable during a listening session...

 
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It's mechanical art kingfish.
 
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A.V.C. - Arizona “Varmint” Carbine Project


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So is that for 2 or 4 legged varmints?


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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I thought I was the only one in the free world that had 13 different
colored towels, life is great when you have choices.

My Uncle Paul had 9 wall crank phones in his collection
then he had another half dozen that he were 50% parted out.
I always wonder what they brought at his auction, upon his passing





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Neck Ties, Hats and ammo brass, Never ,ever touch'em w/o asking first
 
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I thought I was the only one in the free world that had 13 different
colored towels, life is great when you have choices.

My Uncle Paul had 9 wall crank phones in his collection
then he had another half dozen that he were 50% parted out.
I always wonder what they brought at his auction, upon his passing


Got 23 towels bendable.. Big Grin That phone raised a elongated lump atop my head which I can still feel.

Way nice rifle Z06. What is it?
 
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kimberkid; yes.

David Lee;
•Colt M16A1 lower
•Colt LE6946 CQB 10.3” Monolithic Upper Receiver Group
(w/MaTech folding rear sight)
•Aimpoint CompML2 4 MOA/A.R.M.S. -17 TRI-LOCK
•LaserDevices OTAL laser
•Surefire X200 light
•LAW Tactical AR folding stock adapter – Gen 3
•MFT Minimalist FDE butt stock
•Magpul FDE furniture & magazine
•BeatenZone A.T.C.H.#7 charging handle
•Custom M8 bayonet


Still life:
"Machinegun on a silver (plated) platter"
2016

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Still life:
"Machinegun on a silver (plaited) platter"
2016
"Plated". "Plaited" is the same as "braided".

flashguy




Texan by choice, not accident of birth
 
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"i" jumped in there, damn auto correct!


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Went hiking in Occonneeche Mountain State Park to catch the native Kalmia in bloom, and saw these guys on a tree trunk.

Assassin bug nymphs.
 
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I didn't take the photo, but the evening shift Sgt did. Pilot in his 60s, no apparent medical or mechanical problems, had this mishap a couple of days ago. He said the engines had recently been rebuilt. He was the sole occupant, I believe they said he slid about 700 feet.

 
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Springtime in London

 
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We seemed to have had a Turkey adopt us. She basically comes to visit a few times a day but yesterday really got comfortable!! My dogs don't even bother with her!





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Another yard photo, this one about 15 minutes ago. About a 4 ft Gopher Snake, nice to see these around the area.



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"Nature scares me" a quote by my friend Bob after a rough day at sea.
 
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"I enter a swamp as a sacred place—a sanctum sanctorum. There is the strength—the marrow of Nature." - Henry David Thoreau
 
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