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Yes, it's Facebook.  No, I haven't found it on Youtube or other site yet.  Yes, I know that some of you won't be able to see it.  

Some of this tech is a couple of thousand years old.

DANG! It won't let me embed it!  


https://www.facebook.com/www.nextgendata.in/videos/587411898430780/

 

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Need is the mother of invention....Always have been and always will be....

 

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I can just hear this guy saying " See Honey I told you it would work.  While you finish the planting I'm going over to Jim Bob's. Don't wait up" 

 

 

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Interesting solutions. I really couldn’t pick a favorite. 

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Wow .

Got to make do with what you got to work with !

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8 hours ago, Sedalia Dave said:

Found it.

 

 

Did you just search YouTube?  What did you enter as your search parameters?

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3 hours ago, Rooster Ron Wayne said:

Wow .

Got to make do with what you got to work with !

Same thing SWMBO seyz when she's leaving for work.:lol:

OLG

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2 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

 

Did you just search YouTube?  What did you enter as your search parameters?

 

Google I search for "Amazing Creativity for making work Life easy" with the quotes.

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I owned a treadle lathe many years ago.  I found in an abandoned building in what was left of the town of La Plata, Utah, an old silver mining community.  The town had been unoccupied for over fifty year and a couple of friends and I went "treasure hunting".  They got a lot of dodads and helped me make three trips back to get the lathe.  I used it for a couple of years and when I went in the Army I gave it to The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.  Last I heard of it it had been restored and was in their museum in Salt Lake.

 

Some of those things could be useful today, like the bag-filling scoop on wheels.  I could move a LOT of rock with that.  I'll have to work on putting a cart behind it instead of the bag. :o  :D

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