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    Tom, Just looked at your website. Thats some...

    Tom,
    Just looked at your website. Thats some impressive work! At my work we quite frequently do things the "old fashioned" way for clients. From hand splitting stone, to chiseling, to polishing and...
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    Wait are you in Stinkin' Lincoln? We still have...

    Wait are you in Stinkin' Lincoln? We still have some spots where the poles have glass insulators in the towns surrounding Camden.
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    Thats a beautiful house Tom!!! I love the old...

    Thats a beautiful house Tom!!! I love the old field stone foundations and the chimneys.
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    Oh that's awesome! Thank you so much Joe!

    Oh that's awesome! Thank you so much Joe!
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    Ooo super cool! Thank you so much! I would love...

    Ooo super cool! Thank you so much! I would love to see who it was sent to and possibly track the family down to return it.
  6. Lol same here. We always say if you don't like...

    Lol same here. We always say if you don't like the weather wait five minutes.
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    To be honest we have no idea.

    To be honest we have no idea.
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    Tried that. Didn't work. I think it's because...

    Tried that. Didn't work. I think it's because it's written in the cursive equivalent of Japanese.
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    Thank you Kris!

    Thank you Kris!
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    Mike, Unfortunately I don't. He was in Belgium...

    Mike,
    Unfortunately I don't. He was in Belgium and France from what we have put together. He didn't talk about it as he wasn't proud of the things he did overseas. The letter was found mixed in with...
  11. I'm zone 5 here in Maine.

    I'm zone 5 here in Maine.
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    Japanese Letter from WWII

    Hi everyone!
    I was going through some paper money from my great grandfathers tour in WWII and found this letter. I know it is in Japanese but have yet to find anyone who can translate it. Would...
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    You want to be sure that the bracing and frame...

    You want to be sure that the bracing and frame won't flex with the weight. From the sounds of it you should have plenty of bracing! So long as there isn't a high spot you should be good. Good luck...
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    Yes. However if you wanted to do things...

    Yes. However if you wanted to do things completely organically you can add greens like lawn clippings which are rich in nitrogen. The problem is when you just spread things that take a while to...
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    As someone working in the stone fabrication...

    As someone working in the stone fabrication industry, the most important thing is making sure there is NO sag what so ever. Granite will flex some but marble is very brittle and will snap especially...
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    It would be wise to just use leaves. Wood takes...

    It would be wise to just use leaves. Wood takes longer to break down and therefor sucks more nitrogen out of the soil.
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    Be careful with using wood shavings as mulch...

    Be careful with using wood shavings as mulch around the garden. As wood decomposes it leaches the available nitrogen (nitrogen in the form that plants can use) out of the soil and it can take a while...
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    As Bruce said, PLEASE WEAR A MASK!!!!! I can't...

    As Bruce said, PLEASE WEAR A MASK!!!!! I can't stress this enough! As someone in the stone fabrication industry, I can tell you that stone dust is pretty terrible stuff. If you don't work with water...
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    Bush Honeysuckle???

    Has anyone had experience working with bush honeysuckle wood? Its a beautiful orange pink and when cut into thin cookies is semi transparent sort of like the wood version of stained glass. I used...
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    From a landscaping perspective, pretty wood or...

    From a landscaping perspective, pretty wood or not DO NOT PLANT THESE TREES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (a) They are invasive as David said, and (b) are some of the worst trees to have in your yard. They...
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    Thanks for the info! I do love working with this...

    Thanks for the info! I do love working with this plane. It is one of the smoothest planes I have ever used!
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    Nothing to do with oil but when we mix epoxy to...

    Nothing to do with oil but when we mix epoxy to fill the crack where two counters meet at work and leave it in the cup, it will start to smoke so I guess its possible that it could catch on fire if...
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    I know I'm a little late for this but I'd like to...

    I know I'm a little late for this but I'd like to say thank you to all who served. My Grandfather is a Vietnam Vet and the only thing he'll say about it is that he ate monkey on a stick while over...
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    You are absolutely right. I did ground it, its...

    You are absolutely right. I did ground it, its just that when you're used to jumping dump trucks and loaders, it is quite a shock at first. Living in Maine, the majority of us have larger vehicles...
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    On a Prius (which is hybrid and not fully...

    On a Prius (which is hybrid and not fully electric), to jump start the car, you done use the negative at all and instead, there is only a place to hook on the positive to the battery. To top it off,...
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