Day 17 ( bonus reenactment shot ):Earlier in the day, the Esquire did nimble work cutting lenghts of twine with which to tie up wayward pea plants. The peas are admirable for their exploratory nature, but as domesticated garden plants they require supervision and guidance. I didn't have my phone with me when the actual cutting took place. However, with no degree of effort spared, the production crew was able to stage a reproduction of the critical action.(Image removed from quote.)Dramatization. While the actual historic string and knife were used in this recreation, this is only a reenactment of historic events. No animals or pea plants were harmed during the making of this photograph.
Day 18More bills Ghiro! If you are a collector, i can have some forwarded on to you?
I love Lego and I love SAK...so this crossover is inevitable. Every SAK is awesome!
DAY 18 We're getting ready to move, so I used the MiniChamp to free a tape gun so I can wrap up other stuff. Then used the screwdriver on it as well.(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
Day 18(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)I love Lego and I love SAK...so this crossover is inevitable. Every SAK is awesome!
That's a cool pic!!
Comis - love that picture! Good luck with the move, Fireman! Max - another HP I never knew about before!
That is a cool pic! And lovely collection of 58s!
This is awesome Comis!Nice colection!Enviado de meu moto g(6) usando o Tapatalk
that my youngest daughter's boyfriend gave me, for Christmas a couple years back.I'm guessing that he did because he got her pregnant, IDK, but I'm not one to turn down a knife.🙄