Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Ima start gettin' ready for my NEXT post right now

Retired

"Notch"  Queen of Deers

Wretha and I talkin' with just one of our many good neighbors.

I'm gettin' ready to make a new post

And tell ya about this cute goat and sheep family I found out side my new fence. The goat was half black, half white and the three sheeps were white. I like sayin' sheeps. So I figured out where their crib is, got some crackaz and took em home like the pied piper (pipe-a). Left a note on the gate. My good deed for the day. Couldn't find the dang camera so here here's the best I could do.

Friday, August 2, 2013

MUSHROOMS

Young mushhroom here is mature below



 

 A foot wide mushroom!



Saturday, July 27, 2013

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

HOW TWO CAPTURE LIGHTNING!

How many volts is that !!!



ON THE WAY HOME - from takin' this picture

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How To Open a Big Can

More quiet than a speeding grinder, safer than the safest torch. Here's a good way to open a big can in less than ten min. As the episode begins, you'll see the can is cut 1/3 to 1/2.
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I suspect if you attempt cutting where no seam is present, dual angle iron would help to cut straighter. I'm using the top half for a compost rig. It has a new (two piece, seam centered) sheet metal bottom and will have a shaft going through the center with a hub on each side. Turned-- horizontally, it will rotate like a squirrel cage.
The bottom is in, inside wall coated with tar cement and a plastic stuck over the tar. Next I'll cement a large wooden hub to the flat bottom and a sheet metal hub (12 ga.) to the conical  top with a 1 inch galvanized pipe to work as a axle shaft. Turned horizontally and pushed up into a concrete carrier it will rotate and I'll fab up some paddles or blades to agitate the contents. (my, my, my. That didn't seem very primitive at all--- Y'all) I like to think, that I'm only brushing up against the iron age. At least I used old bolts with square heads and did the work barefooted. Wrong. I had my sandals on.

 

Thursday, July 18, 2013

MOUNTAIN DOG





 
 


Casper the mountain dog.
Sturdy animal. Like petting
a sack of cement..
Heavy like one too.





Giant swept eye lashes, (poor image).

Monday, July 15, 2013

This Week On Planet Bob...

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Early AM. I stepped right in front of it bare footed,,, but I was warmer!


Primitive Bob in a Can!

I cut this can in half  (Quietly, in ten min.)

Expedient Can Opener 


Inside the short can








Casper -- Aka  Donald Suther Land. "WOOF WOOF"   ---Kelleez Heroes.  see ODDBALL THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO on Y. Tube. It's good for ya.

Zoe.  She likes the ROOF, ROOF.


 Eggs Benedict!
                                                                                       Aka Bobs Healthy Choices  


Primitive grandson.
                                                                                      Out with the old,,,
                                                                                   in with the new.


 BAM