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#41 Pres

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 09:24 PM

Dang, and I thought I was going to learn about a new form! <_<

 

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#42 RonSa

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 07:16 AM

 

 

Heres yesterdays load and you can see french butterfishes and canisters and regular butterfish lids-innis and outies

 

 

Thanks Mark but butterfish never agreed with me. :)

 

Its my auto spelling on my new Mac-I'll fix that

You know butterfish are good eating with the high fat content

 

 

Yes I know its good eating, I thought you had dinner on your mind.

 

It may not have been your spell checker, you just needed to move your finger a little to the left.


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#43 Pres

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 10:38 PM

Finishing up two more burial urns. These have one lid that is an innie, where I put the Name, Dates, etc. The next lid protects the innie, and is an outie as in a ginger jar. Glue/caulk the inner lid, put on the outer and bury in a vault for urns.

 

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