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  • Birthday 10/18/1940

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  1. Just a off topic related remark. Remember when a lot of us drank water from a old rubber garden hose....Now it would be a tragedy and might enlist a visit from the green police. I still use all of the old model paints when I can find them and I am 77 1/2. Ed K
  2. Vigorously shaken and inverted "weekly" will help enormously.
  3. Scissors

    You will always be ahead with fly tying stuff,and yes I also fly tie and fish.
  4. While I no longer live in South Fl, Moved to N Fl. a "active" ship model club is in need, from my experience living is S Fl. Respectfully Ed
  5. First Resawing Adventure

    With all the small saw mills in N C it is a gold mine for wood, I had great luck asking for cast off's struck a huge load of HOLLY when I lived in Maggie Valley

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