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There used to be an old blacksmith in Camp Verde AZ. I'm sure he's gone by now, he was in his eighties then.
He was prouder'n a pup with two tails about two things, he loved his blacksmithing skills, but he was proudest of all about a five year old grandson that could lay down a bead with an old tombstone.
Kid's got to be in his late teens by now. And I bet he's a good welder too.
I believe everyone should know how to weld. But we need to remember welding safety first and foremost. There's no reason for young welders today making the same stupid mistakes we made back in the day.
darn cute kid...must have got his looks from his MOM lol. sorry had to say it before someone else.
miller 225 bobcat
miller aead200le (with miller hf tig trailer mounted)
mm175, mm211, TA181i
mm252 w/30a spool gun
precision tig 225
hobart stickmate LX ac/dc
Speedglas 9100X & XX / Miller Digital Elite
hypertherm 380 & cutmaster 52
victor journeyman & super range
ridgid chop saw, kalamazoo band saw
steel max and evolution carbide saws
6 4.5" & a 20lb 9" rockwell grinders
case 580 backhoe (for what i can"t lift)
if first you don't succeed
trash the b#####d