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  • Cave Art

    Well, It's been a slow day..
    From the cave walls of 2007 BC to the Wall of the Bunker in 2007 AD ... good art just lives on.. What can I say..
    Jim
    oh yea... Bunker.. http://jimyo.psend.com/bunker.html
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    Last edited by JimYoung; 05-30-2007, 02:49 PM.

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    "So easy, even a cave(bunker)man can do it"


    Cool, I just got about 150lbs of scrap 3/16" and 3/8" wire from a garage sale - now I have some ideas for it!

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    • #3
      thats prity cool, did you hang it on the bunker walls?? nice job.
      TS-Off-Road
      cool find, i dont know how you would find some thing like that at a garage sail but man did you luck out, that stuff is stupid expensive, i couldnt belive the price thay want for it. no $$ in my wallet for that stuff new thats for shore.

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      • #4
        Once again Jim, nice job. I think that is a really cool idea and would make nice decorations for any cave wall.

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        • #5
          My neighbors have been in the skilled care unit of a local nursing home for several years. their primary nurse loves the stuff I make, so this morning I put together a butterfly for her. As I expected she was just delighted. It's nice to make a person happy when they go the extra mile for other people..
          Jim
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          • #6
            long term care is tuff, nice of you to give her a lil something extra for the efort.
            cool BF
            as always your stuff is way cool
            now if you would just rework your web site to make it dial up frendly i could se more of it.

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            • #7
              Nice work

              Very nice work and great website Jim. Are you a ham radio operator as well?

              Thank-you for your service to our country.

              Charles

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              • #8
                Originally posted by aa5gp View Post
                Very nice work and great website Jim. Are you a ham radio operator as well?

                Thank-you for your service to our country.

                Charles
                Thanks Charles, yep, been a "Ham" since 63. and 30 years in the Army.
                Jim

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