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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 10:29

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At the moment my full time hobby is renovating my house . When I find the time I hunt and fish both fresh and salt water. I have some Native American pottery , some bone bead work and a few paintings by Native Americans. A small collection of wooden , cast iron and plastic motorcycles . I do some wood work and carving . I used to have some sandwich glass and some depression wear and a few other types of glass . I still have some antique cameras my favorite is an 1870 circa. 8 x10 wet plate . I have a 1973 amen savior plunger frame chopper that I am in the process of redoing needed a complete rebuild cant wait till I get done with it also have a 1978 bolt on weld on hard tail both have in-line 4 Cly's electric over kick . I could bore you all some more with the rest of my hobby's but I think I have enough already .



Jalle,

Do you ever sleep?

A few hrs a night and every so often I crash when my body reminds my brain its not 25 its 52 . But you cant enjoy life from the couch .



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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 08:40

Jalle53 write:
At the moment my full time hobby is renovating my house . When I find the time I hunt and fish both fresh and salt water. I have some Native American pottery , some bone bead work and a few paintings by Native Americans. A small collection of wooden , cast iron and plastic motorcycles . I do some wood work and carving . I used to have some sandwich glass and some depression wear and a few other types of glass . I still have some antique cameras my favorite is an 1870 circa. 8 x10 wet plate . I have a 1973 amen savior plunger frame chopper that I am in the process of redoing needed a complete rebuild cant wait till I get done with it also have a 1978 bolt on weld on hard tail both have in-line 4 Cly's electric over kick . I could bore you all some more with the rest of my hobby's but I think I have enough already .


Jalle,

Do you ever sleep?



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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 08:20

At the moment my full time hobby is renovating my house . When I find the time I hunt and fish both fresh and salt water. I have some Native American pottery , some bone bead work and a few paintings by Native Americans. A small collection of wooden , cast iron and plastic motorcycles . I do some wood work and carving . I used to have some sandwich glass and some depression wear and a few other types of glass . I still have some antique cameras my favorite is an 1870 circa. 8 x10 wet plate . I have a 1973 amen savior plunger frame chopper that I am in the process of redoing needed a complete rebuild cant wait till I get done with it also have a 1978 bolt on weld on hard tail both have in-line 4 Cly's electric over kick . I could bore you all some more with the rest of my hobby's but I think I have enough already .



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Posted on Thu, Dec 29, 2005 06:54

CHEL write:
one of the things i truly miss bout living in nyc is riding the subway everyday to and from work...crocheting and needlepoint...so relaxing...


I used to ride the train into Chicago and that's when I would do the most work on a project. Now it's just during my lunch hour and at home, if I have the time.

Love to dogs.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 16:34

one of the things i truly miss bout living in nyc is riding the subway everyday to and from work...crocheting and needlepoint...so relaxing...

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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 06:32

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I enjoy listening to music, reading (that's what drew me here), okay, okay so it's all of you crazy oops, I mean nice people!I also spend quiet time crocheteing(how is that spelled?), I used to like to fish but haven't been in so long I may have forgotten how!
Have a great day/ night everyone!


I crochet too. As much as possible.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 28, 2005 05:11

I don't know about hobbies lol but grooming the furkids is truly a labor of love besides being very time consuming..here's to the new year...

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Posted on Tue, Dec 27, 2005 21:50

I enjoy listening to music, reading (that's what drew me here), okay, okay so it's all of you crazy oops, I mean nice people!I also spend quiet time crocheteing(how is that spelled?), I used to like to fish but haven't been in so long I may have forgotten how!
Have a great day/ night everyone!



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Posted on Tue, Dec 27, 2005 07:41

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I like collecting antiques. . . going to flea markets and yard sales to find a great deal. . then keeping it if it matches one of my collections or selling it on e-bay. Below is my most expensive purchase--the lamp. I looked at it thru the window of an antique store for 2 or three years before I bought it.


Pa,

The Watchman and I sell antiques and vintage stuff. We have some cranberry glass you might be interested in. Let me know. After the holidays, I can send you pics and you can see if you are interested.


got any wall pockets, cookie jars or moccoy pottery??????




Just got some nice McCoy vases a few weeks ago at an auction. Let me know and I can have The Watchman take pics and send them to you.


Um, I wanna see the McCoy too! I have a bunch of McCoy vases already but I could always use more. I did get rid of all my plain cream color McCoy and Floraline--gotta cut back somewhere! I also collect Roseville and Hull if you run across any of them from time to time.



We do see Hull and Roseville. I'll tell the Watchman and we'll see what we can find. Good luck with the move and I'll let you know what we have. I know about cutting back. I want to redo the kitchen.



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Posted on Tue, Dec 27, 2005 06:55

2kspringerhd write:
You know what, I'm not sure I really want to know the answer to why he collects vasaline jars:). I sort of envy you guys that have listed you like to fish, i would like to but, ok confesion time. I am scared to death of fish. Thats right 6'3" 225 lbs big time bad a s s truck driving biker and I am scared of fish. shew, man thats a load off.

That's TOO funny!



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Posted on Sat, Dec 24, 2005 22:09

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I like collecting antiques. . . going to flea markets and yard sales to find a great deal. . then keeping it if it matches one of my collections or selling it on e-bay. Below is my most expensive purchase--the lamp. I looked at it thru the window of an antique store for 2 or three years before I bought it.


Pa,

The Watchman and I sell antiques and vintage stuff. We have some cranberry glass you might be interested in. Let me know. After the holidays, I can send you pics and you can see if you are interested.


got any wall pockets, cookie jars or moccoy pottery??????




Just got some nice McCoy vases a few weeks ago at an auction. Let me know and I can have The Watchman take pics and send them to you.


Um, I wanna see the McCoy too! I have a bunch of McCoy vases already but I could always use more. I did get rid of all my plain cream color McCoy and Floraline--gotta cut back somewhere! I also collect Roseville and Hull if you run across any of them from time to time.



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Posted on Sat, Dec 24, 2005 22:02

grnidwitch write:
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I like collecting antiques. . . going to flea markets and yard sales to find a great deal. . then keeping it if it matches one of my collections or selling it on e-bay. Below is my most expensive purchase--the lamp. I looked at it thru the window of an antique store for 2 or three years before I bought it.


Pa,

The Watchman and I sell antiques and vintage stuff. We have some cranberry glass you might be interested in. Let me know. After the holidays, I can send you pics and you can see if you are interested.


Oh yeah, I love cranberry glass!!! Would love to see the photos for sure but I am moving Mid-Jan and won't be able to buy anything until after I pay for all that. Look forward to seeing them.



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Posted on Fri, Dec 23, 2005 21:42

this one was shot by a friend their antlers are tangled the other one was already dead weird

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Posted on Fri, Dec 23, 2005 18:47

Same here 1eye---arrowed these 2 bucks this season on my farm about a week apart--peak rut
That damn pu$$y will get ya killed, LMFAO

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Posted on Fri, Dec 23, 2005 09:18

grnidwitch write:

Weenie write:

grnidwitch write:
pawitchywoman write:
I like collecting antiques. . . going to flea markets and yard sales to find a great deal. . then keeping it if it matches one of my collections or selling it on e-bay. Below is my most expensive purchase--the lamp. I looked at it thru the window of an antique store for 2 or three years before I bought it.


Pa,

The Watchman and I sell antiques and vintage stuff. We have some cranberry glass you might be interested in. Let me know. After the holidays, I can send you pics and you can see if you are interested.


got any wall pockets, cookie jars or moccoy pottery??????




Just got some nice McCoy vases a few weeks ago at an auction. Let me know and I can have The Watchman take pics and send them to you.

awsome greenie......would love to see what you've got, thanks toots

  


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Posted on Fri, Dec 23, 2005 09:16

Weenie write:

grnidwitch write:
pawitchywoman write:
I like collecting antiques. . . going to flea markets and yard sales to find a great deal. . then keeping it if it matches one of my collections or selling it on e-bay. Below is my most expensive purchase--the lamp. I looked at it thru the window of an antique store for 2 or three years before I bought it.


Pa,

The Watchman and I sell antiques and vintage stuff. We have some cranberry glass you might be interested in. Let me know. After the holidays, I can send you pics and you can see if you are interested.


got any wall pockets, cookie jars or moccoy pottery??????



Just got some nice McCoy vases a few weeks ago at an auction. Let me know and I can have The Watchman take pics and send them to you.



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Posted on Fri, Dec 23, 2005 08:31

grnidwitch write:
pawitchywoman write:
I like collecting antiques. . . going to flea markets and yard sales to find a great deal. . then keeping it if it matches one of my collections or selling it on e-bay. Below is my most expensive purchase--the lamp. I looked at it thru the window of an antique store for 2 or three years before I bought it.


Pa,

The Watchman and I sell antiques and vintage stuff. We have some cranberry glass you might be interested in. Let me know. After the holidays, I can send you pics and you can see if you are interested.

got any wall pockets, cookie jars or moccoy pottery??????



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Posted on Thu, Dec 22, 2005 20:13

1eyejack write:
Outdoors...anything outdoors. But Bowhunting would be 1st, big game:deer, elk and moose(yeppers, grill it and eat it or give to people)


Thanks Jack. That puts my mind at ease.



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Posted on Thu, Dec 22, 2005 19:33

Thats one animal i have not hunted(buffalo)...but my friend has a herd of'em. Buff is a great tasting!



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Posted on Thu, Dec 22, 2005 19:14

1eyejack write:
Outdoors...anything outdoors. But Bowhunting would be 1st, big game:deer, elk and moose(yeppers, grill it and eat it or give to people)

I love elk ...and buffalo is sooo good too.But,,,, poor things makes me sad that they have to die...oh well I will take a prime rib!!!lmao



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