whew ~~ enough to make you dizzy in any little breeze! Quite some work there.
What would you do with one, put it in the front yard? let the cat play with it?
Those are cool! I love metal out in the garden, such a nice contrast to the flowers.
They are all very big and EXPENSIVE! This is in Kennebunkport and a lot of the places around had some, our hotel was one of them, they had like 4 in the yard. I thought of you Cheryl, you would have loved themI even thought I should learn how to weld so I can make my own, I took up close pictures so I could examine how they were made even!
I would love to learn how to weld, and I want to get a plasma cutter too. I think it would be fun to try my hand at metal sculptures. Did you ever notice the sculptures in the yard next to Maureen's old house? That guy has made some neat metal stuff.
I wonder if we can get Glenn Vincent to teach us to weld? How cool would that be, we could start our own welding studio, Anderson Sisters, yep that sounds really cool- I wouldn't know where to begin finding all the stuff to weld into creations but it would be fun!! Too bad people can't afford this stuff, these things in Maine were over $10,000 for some of them, I think the smallest one was over $2000
David has a welder, so we've got a head start, just have to learn how to use it :)
Hello, Kristen. Are you OK?Long time no post.
Hi p!!! I've been busier than a rooster in a hen house!!! Sorry, how have you been?? I just put up our thanksgiving picture
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