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Junk Art Slideshow

Posted by sprout_wi z4 WI (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 6, 10 at 22:57

I hope you can view this Junk-Art slideshow.

Here is a link that might be useful: Slide show


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All I can say is WOW ! That is just right up my alley .... I loved each piece !


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View both the Junk Art slideshow & the Metcalf Ranch slides- they are even better! Thanks! Jan


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Lots of awesome things! Love the junk fence, birds and the piggies. TFS!


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I always thought welding would be the most fun skill to have!!


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very cool. I soooo want to learn how to weld!!!!


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If you want to learn to weld check out the adult ed classes at the nearest high school or junior college. Maybe if your lucky under the O'blah Blah administrations programs to re-educate the work force you could get them to pay for it. Might as well get some of your taxes back.

But check it out your area might have something like this:
http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2007-10-02-retrain-retirees_N.htm


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My son taught me how to weld. Being an iron worker , he had to be certified. When he told me about the classes he took --- I couldn't believe how technical and hard it was . You have to be a metalergist & know math and technical skills. Welding for a hobby is just so much easier .... if you can find any way to have someone teach you (instead of a class ) - you'll enjoy it alot more.


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Dang I love all of them I wish I could weld.The school here used to give welding less. not any more.


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Great ideas...thanks for sharing the site!


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