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  • hotshot
    Reply to Wooden Headstone
    by hotshot
    I wonder if there is an older picture of that somewhere that has all the writing intact. I supposed if there is distinct carving under the text, it might not be too bad.
    Yesterday, 03:49 PM
  • Rolf
    Reply to Wooden Headstone
    by Rolf
    That is a mess! as long as you have the writing it can be duplicated....
    Yesterday, 03:21 PM
  • Sandy Oaks
    Reply to Wooden Headstone
    by Sandy Oaks
    That will be more than quite a chore
    Yesterday, 12:03 PM
  • B'ville Scroller
    Wooden Headstone
    by B'ville Scroller
    Here's an interesting one for everyone. Our club was contacted to assist with restoration of a WOODEN headstone. As the photo shows, it has some issues. My husband and I met with one of our other members, the step granddaughter and a local rabbi at the cemetery this morning. The headstone is at least...
    Yesterday, 11:20 AM
  • will8989
    Reply to Bruce at the sawmill
    by will8989
    He’s there now playing with the toys! At least these toys the Park pays to fix when something breaks down except for the private owned tractors. They also have a shingle mill to make shingles for the buildings on the property. They supplied boards to build a barn with sides, which they also put together,...
    05-12-2021, 09:10 AM
  • Rolf
    Reply to Bruce at the sawmill
    by Rolf
    Aren't we all just boys with bigger toys (and more expensive) ...
    05-12-2021, 07:58 AM
  • will8989
    Reply to Bruce at the sawmill
    by will8989
    It’s part of open space donated by the Kinder family, 600 acres that need to be kept open space. They just put in a $1M playground for the kids right before COVID hit. It’s a working farm run by 4h groups. Kinder Farm Park, Anne Arundel co,MD. Those logs were cut for a project by the boy scouts..
    05-11-2021, 07:01 PM
  • hotshot
    Reply to Bruce at the sawmill
    by hotshot
    I would love to have something like that near me. I love that old machinery.
    05-11-2021, 11:08 AM
  • tgiro01
    Reply to Bruce at the sawmill
    by tgiro01
    Reminds me of the sawmill the Homestake Mining Co used to cut trusses and braces for the shafts. Talking mid - late 1950's. We lived about 3/4 of a mile away. As kids we would sneak in through one of the many gaps in the fence and watch them cut the big logs.

    Since my dad worked for the...
    05-11-2021, 10:34 AM
  • will8989
    Reply to Bruce at the sawmill
    by will8989
    The ones that keep up the mill are so brilliant. There isn’t a machine they can’t fix. A lot own antique tractors. I have to find the video of the log splitter one of them built. Their just grown men playing.
    05-11-2021, 09:35 AM