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Dragonfly Stake

Posted by tinfoilhat AZ (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 19, 12 at 7:51

Made this for a friend's birthday last weekend and got a picture before it left the ranch.
Dragonfly Stake, Made from transmission shaft, spring, cotton bale ties, rebar, and pump screen.

Made from transmission shaft, spring, cotton bale ties, rebar, and pump screen.


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Beautiful!
What a lucky friend to receive this!


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Dragonflies are my favorite!! LOVE him! What a lucky friend you have.


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That is a great dragonfly! I love it.


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Very Nice! Everyone should have friends like you.


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loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee it


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Love.Love.Love. Dragonflies are an obsession here.
REALLY wishin I was your friend & it was my birthday.
TFS

blessings,
~digger


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  • Posted by cnm1 6 Oh (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 20, 12 at 5:41

Another love it here!! Did you weld or glue?


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This is welded or more accurately, brazed with a torch and brazing rod.


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A real beauty ... great recycling! Love dragonflies! No transmission shaft or cotton bale ties in my garden junk pile..your recycling is amazing! Jeanne S.


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L.O.V.E. it!!!! A fav of mine!!! My B-Day is coming up in sept.....;-)


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Usually lurk here but just wanted to let you know, tinfoilhat, that I have a birthday coming up soon. ;^) Seriously, I love the dragonfly. Great Job!


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