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Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

Posted by purplemoon z9 Phoenix (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 14, 11 at 23:57

I thought Tinfoil's giant Bird who wanted to eat Marlene's DH's 4 ft grasshopper were both HUGELY creative....
but this guy might do some serious damage in the garden!

Whatta Bee...
made from an old junk car and part of a cement truck!

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hugs, Karen


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forgot to give credit due

Dick Schaefer of Erie PA loves to create garden junk with old cars and such. I saw the Bee on the AOL web news page.


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

Karen, That is absolutely awesome. Really creative thinking. Thank you for sharing.
Marylee


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

For once, I am almost speechless.
Outstanding!!!!!!


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

I'm staying away from that "stinger" Wow! Would kill me off! (I'm allergic to bees!) I like his legs tho & he is best looking bee I've ever seen & probably the safest!!Jan


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

Amazing. That thing is nightmare material tho!
Kathy


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

I Love bee art. Maybe cause my name means 'honey bee'. Real bees can take care of my plants, and then leave. LOL


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

Wonder what the legs are made from that would support all the weight? I love that bee and would love to see more of that man's creations.


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WOW! I'm totally amazed....can you imagine trying to make something that big? And where in the world would you put it? Don't think that DH and I will be attempting something like that, but then again, if my neighbor keeps harassing us, maybe it would be a good idea! TFS~


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

Grannytoo, if you look closely, under the cement mixer body of the bee is a big pole of some kind that is supporting the weight.

Marlene, this bee would definitely have an impact on your neighbors, LOL. Face him right at their house!

Here's link to the article on the man, and at the bottom of it you can see more pictures of his stuff. He made a spider from a Volkswagon. LOL. Tho I think the Bee is by far the neatest creation.

hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: junk car man


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RE: Marlene n Tinfoil BEE careful of this

That's one awesome bee....All his work is nice....but the bee is my fave


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