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just a few photos of my Brocchinia reducta and its friends
Ciao a tutti!!
Un doveroso piccolo tributo alla meravigliosa musica di Ennio Morricone
Hey everybody its been a while but i'm slowly getting there i have for sale a sbs shotgun for sale its a Jabali 12g with 28 inch barrles very nice original condition with very little use woodwork and metal work in good condition and no pitting it is a non ejector model so perfect for western action shooting or portrayal of our period in time . will post some pictures as soon as possible its a double trigger model and is on sale at £120 o.n.o. must have a sgc obviously could rdf to another rdf holder but will cost you obviously .If you're interested pm me or ring me on 07786 512 145 thats the easiest number to get me on thanks everyone ......"may the sun be always on you're back and the wind be in you're hair.".
- Hello all i am new to boss fx gear was a digitech man but no way back now. Are gt 10 and gt 100 patches compatible. and if so do you loose any quality in the conversion
Hi just a few photos off the next batch of seeds.
not long to go now.
should get a lot off good seed out of this.
(hirusuta x spathulata) x (bicalcarata x hirsute)
started a bit of a trial on some nepenthes plants a few months ago
I started with four plants just out of tissue culture all were very close to the same size
for the first three weeks I sprayed two plants with NAA to help form roots and the other two I just watered as normal.
after the first three weeks I stoped the application of NAA and replaced it with BAP and continued the application of BAP for another six weeks.
the other two plants received no PGR at all the results speak for them selves!!
Plant on the left was the one sprayed with the PGR"s
- Josh is growin old! Lol
The very first 1/72 scale airplane kits were two A.J. Holliday & Co. (London) Skybirds models
released in July, 1932. Kit No. 2 was the D.H.80a Puss Moth and Kit No. 3 was the Hawker Fury; there appears to have been no kit No. 1. The models were made of roughly preshaped parts of mahogany with tail surfaces die cut from a creamy white celluloid. Struts were brass wire and and most of the other parts were also brass. The model shown is my restoration of an original Skybirds Puss Moth originally built by some unknown youth in the 1930s. The youth had never painted the model but had merely stuck together the parts as they came in the kit. It was only a few minutes work to disassemble the kit back to the original components.
I tracked down several early Skybirds in the Canadian Maritimes and in honor of it's Canadian heritage, the model was restored to represent CF-AGO, the forth Puss Moth built, and the first to come to North America as the Canadian company demonstrator of the type. CF-AGO was involved in a lengthy tour of North America in 1930, hence the name PUSS MOTH painted on the cowling.
Everything is original except the landing gear which was filed from aluminum with the minor pieces from straight pins. Wheels are Aeroclub white metal castings replacing the original brass turnings.
The Diana Cream and dark gray windows are SIG butyrate dope and the Forest Green is Rustoleum enamel. My twin brother and partner in crime printed the decals for the model.
This is a 25 year-old OOB build that I repainted yesterday. The original paint job was overall Testors Silver, as that represented one of the prototypes. I have thought for a while that it would look better in Trainer/Prototype Orange. The paint is Humbrol Gloss Orange and the hinomarus are from a generic sheet of Dark Red meatballs. I checked out the box-art painting guide for the newer RS Models E15K prototype, and it carried no tail codes. This one definitely adds a pop of color to my shelves of finished models. Adios, Larry
The No. 765 has been hanging out in Pennsylvania. Here's a video of him (or is it her?) on the Curve in Altoona. I'm hoping to catch a glimpse when it goes through Pittsburgh on its way back home. In my family, we love trains. Pittsburgh is surrounded by rail. So, we see them often....but not ones like this!! LOL
- I have a Joe figure figure from the 1990s and I was wondering if the hands can be removed and swapped with the traditional gripping style hands since his are too large. I know about the Boil and Pop method but wanted to check if anyone has done this before I tried it and damaged the figure. I don't know for sure which Joe it is but it's marked 1996 and has the large hands and skinny forearms. He was nude in a box of bits and pieces so I don't remember which figure he is. Sorry I can't post any pictures. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Hey, Ephemera Whisperers! Welcome back to another 48 Hour Ephemera Challenge! This weekend we have a postcard sent by a Laura Smith to her sister Mrs. Libe Shanahan. I just love the challenge of identifying women. I don't purposely buy ephemera once owned by women, it just works out that way sometimes. I promise. =)
From the Laura's message to her sister on this postcard, it sounds like Laura and her household were having a hard time. Who were these sisters? Who were their parents? Grandparents? Did they have any other siblings? Cousins? Aunts and Uncles? Spouses? Inlaws?
And what about the people Laura mentions in her message? Who was "Mamie"? How about "Helen" and "Fred"? Who are "Paw" and "Mamma"? Where was everyone from? Where had they lived? Did things turn out okay for Laura and her family? And what was Laura congratulating her sister about? What was their story...their family story?
Can we put these people back into history where they belong?
In 48 hours?
There's only one way to find out.
You've just been challenged! Good luck!
The images were enhanced so the handwriting could be read. Also, each image can be clicked on twice to zoom in and make them bigger.
- Transcribe the handwritten message.
- List all identifying information that can be gleaned from the handwritten message.
- List any information that can be gleaned from the postcard.
Then, we can start looking up information on the internet. When you do find something on the internet include the following in your post to the forum:
- A link to where you found the information.
- Name of website or database.
- A transcription of all or part of the information from document or site that is pertinent.
- If possible, how you think the information fits into the puzzle. [This is optional. You may not know, and that's okay. Other members may be lurking, and they may see where the piece fits into the puzzle.]
- If possible, what you think is the next logical step. Another online site? Or is offline research the next step? And where would that be?
- Attach a copy of document, if applicable.
just asking at mo if anyone has any parts for the eaglemoss james bond db5 it came in 1-85 issues and was built up
to make aston martin db5 in 1/8 scale if anyone has maybe be able to do a deal on space explorer parts thanks
has anyone got a pic or diagram of the special operations tent assembly instrustions as i have the canvas and i want to make a replica of the frame as i cant get one
PH base camp
After all the changes of feeders and then going away for two weeks. The birds are done being mad at me and coming to visit. we have rain and wind yesterday and today. All shrubs are over grown and the woods are all greeed up. I see one of the scraggley pines has grown to the height of the telephone abandoned pole in the yard. I saw the red belly go from the top to the pine which was not doable two years ago. Just missed the cardinal male feeding his lady. That has been going on for a while. So cute... Nice to have ttmouse nesting and house wrens. I have not seen any yellow rumps, or the flicker. sorry to still have grackles and a few starlings. Who like the new feeder. The redbelly also likes it so we are doing well. housefinches. Even the downy and hairys goldfinches. That window has a screen so i do not take photos of that feeder. I wait till them go eat the nuts on a chair or umbrella top. Every one have a great Memorial Day weekend. Looks like it will clear up here on monday. a little better on sunday. So Glad all the rain is clearing aways the yellow pollen. these squirrels were running up and down the pole and I am glad we put the protector over the whole before we went away. this is the house with the nesting titmouses. ginny h.
Steady and lively bird , good physique and display . Selling with 25 in Banji cage at$3500 ono.Tail about 10.5 -11 in.
Interested make appt to view at my place at Joo Chiat / Onan Rd area. Bird has won few consolation cups ..
Pls whatsapp me 92339799 . Thanks
A few shots of my jeep dio
Here is one of my most welcomed visitors, the Blue Jay. I notice when discussing them with others, they always include the word "nasty" when they say Blue Jay. It's so ridiculous. He's just swift and a little bit loud. From observing them, I find they scare other birds because they fly in fast and then announce loudly that they've arrived. I also love their other call, something like a melodious toodling.
here is my sharna fuel tanker, got it for £10 including postage, very pleased with it at that price, what do you think......
A few more photos from our Reno/Tahoe trip. These photos are of Steller's Jays. They are a common, and chatty, bird in that area. They are about 2/3 the size of a typical blue jay.
Here are a few of the birds I am not sure of their identification. I think the bird in flight is a western meadow lark. The bright yellow/red bird in the tree looks like a Tanager of sorts. All suggestions welcome! Thanks! Tucker
Here is one of the most interesting birds I photographed while bird watching at Washoe Lake State Park. They have a very interesting beak.
hi all i got this outfit in a small lott i just bought of the bay and i think it might be the gyperman israeli para!!!!! theres whats left of a set of sargents strips on the left arm i took a pic but its not very clear secondly the helmet is a first issue helmet but with a waxy cardboard feeling inner which attaches to the webbing and holds it on ive attached a few pics so show what ive said,so any help would be greatfully appreciated guys thanks
Questa canzone mi ricorda la prima volta che indossai un paio di jeans e un paio di stivaletti con tacco e mio padre mi disse: ..."dove vai così combinato" indimenticabile
Beh, ragazzi nel 1957 ci si divertiva così....favoloso ve lo assicuro
Una donna e una canzone che hanno riempito i miei sogni di ragazzo
41a "D" Type Jaguar, issued 1957, length 55 mm, box type "B".
41b "D" Type Jaguar, issued 1960, length 62 mm, box types "B" - "C" & "D"
41c Ford GT, issued 1965, length 67 mm, box types "E" & "F".
41b 1st one open scoop and 2nd one closed scoop.
Open and Closed Scoop.
GPW 10 x 24 mm and 10 x 36 mm
Both the Red wheel ones, one with 11.5 x 72 tread, the other 11.5 x 45 tread.
With the Light Blue Label on the bonnet.
The three different bases and a flat black base, the 2nd from the top with just the bumber extension.
this variation is with out the tow guides, this took me along time to find.
Again all the variations on all the models can be seen on Nicks other fine site.
*sigh* just when I thought things were doing ok, we've been in a good groove and getting along well here all things considered. Turns out a few weeks ago oldest (almost 12) hosed off some of the garden and roses and other bushes with roundup, because he was angry at me for grounding him for lying! I am crushed at the damage done to the plants, and concerned about his need for "revenge" among other things. I don't even know where to begin to deal with this! Very overwhelmed to say the least!!
Everyone's first game is peekaboo!
Let's play peekaboo with our craft supplies: Use at least one stencil on your layout.
You may use inks or paints to cover the holes in your stencil, so that when you lift it up - peekaboo!
Your stencil may be used on the background paper or on any other part of the layout - even on the photos themselves! Try layering different stencils for a unique effect.
If you prefer, you may create four unique cards in place of a layout, but each must have a significant portion designed using a stencil (the same stencil is okay as long as the cards are different).
Add anything else that you wish to your creation.
If you don't have stencils, make one by using the negative space from a diecut or punch, or simply take a hole punch and punch holes in a piece of cardstock (randomly or in a pattern - either works!).
Post your layout here by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, and be sure to tell us about the stencil you used! Design Team is eligible to play. All MSD rules apply.
So ... who's ready? 1 - 2 - 3 - PEEKABOO!
Here it is! Must be a little early, the pieces aren't linked yet, but it's a great kit!
Hello everybody,picked most of these up from a good mate of mine,their late 70s/early 80s,The s&hutch is my fave,all 1:36 scale...
Bought in ebay.
Request for opinion of the members.
The color has been removed by the previous owner.
ciao ragazzuoli ... ecco che vi posto un altro duetto fatto con il mitico Gepy... mi ha proposto questa meravigliosa canzone e con grande piacere ho accettato, anche perchè duettare con lui è fantastico, la sua bravura e simpatia è super coinvolgente e stimolante!!!! spero facciate un buon ascolto!!!!
Un passo nel passato che mi risveglia tanti ricordi della mia emigrazione in germania
just to let you all know that there is a family fun day on at the Saracens head this week end im sure jemma said it was on sunday but just check if your interested.
she said there is a BBQ, live bands and disco, bouncy castle, and other rides and games for the kids.
Me, Martin, Andy and Slug will not be there as we will be getting wasted in Wales but hope you have a top week end what ever you do
The row of english saloon cars are £5 each,the cresta is £10,bedford 27b gpw is £15 and the curved roof roller is £40
postage in england is £2.60 ,rest of world at actual postage rates,cars if bought will be sent in a 6x6x6 cardboard box,if you are not happy in anyway i will refund your money and postage,please reply to here first and not pms ,first come first served ,can,t think of anything else lol
New to the area from the west coast.
I wanted to start meeting SD that want dom, not sex, but straight up Dominatrixs..
Are there many around these parts?
if anyone is interested in some nepenthes pollen I have a hirasuta x spathulata flowering
also have a fusca x maxima flowering
let me know and I will post you some.
Go to Google. Type in "retro & n" and guess what the VERY FIRST auto-prompt is?
Also, I see we're now over 250 members. The thing to the right says 257 but I know from previous experience that the actual count is a few less than that...not sure whether it's three or four under but seven gives us a nice edge and I'm sure we're over 250. And we're just over nine months old! When I started the joint, I thought we'd be lucky to get 50 or 60 registered members....
Hello and welcome to VAME!
Hello just want to share a few of the patches that a use for recording and live sound through PA system hope you guys like this. this patches sound perfect with a humbucking style guitar specially with dimarzios. They are also perfect for headphone practice . they are certain things link to crtl 1 crtl 2 pedal so make sure you give it a try.
Attachment: Mr Clean.gxg (2.0KB)
Attachment: EVH 5150 III.gxg (2.0KB)
Attachment: Mesa Mark V.gxg (2.0KB)
Attachment: Yngwie Shread.gxg (2.0KB)
Attachment: Triple Rectifier.gxg (2.0KB)
Recently acquired a VAM mortar thinking I had at least one shell to go in it. Went to the spares cupboard, however, and found it bare. So am in need of ammo, can anyone help? Cash or any of the few spares I have for swaps. Thanks in advance
Bought 2 today good offer...
Few different types.
just seen the french resistance on ebay with a different graphic to the 40th I have and was curious for info on which order the SOTWorld and SOTcentury were and when? any knowledge pearls of wisdom?
from the packaging I'd guess the SOTW was first.... anyone have dates etc.?
just in time for memorial day weekend!!!! Selling my 99 tj due to financial reasons 4.0 134k miles daily driven automatic will not take a dime less than $8000.00 clean title needs doorhandle replaced its $27 opens from the inside but not outside just havnt had time to replace it 6" skyjacker long arm lift quick disconnects. used off road will go anywhere you want to go. never been under water or stuck hard full doors roll up windows no holes or tears in top rhino lined inside great tread on 35" bfgood tires plus a brand new full size spare. very little surface rust frame and body are in good shape. airbag light is on has been since i bought it i think its a relay but never had it checked because i didnt want a working airbag in a jeep when offroading. SERIOUS BUYERS only! cash only! call or txt 304-nine 7 two - one 87 zero. will be out of service fri night and all day sat please leave message
Fresh, Hot and will SELL this week.
Questi sono dei versi che ho scritto io e che un mio amico ottimo suonatore di chitarra ha musicato su un motivetto da me suggerito. La cara amica Graziana (Valtellinese) alla mia richiesta di cantarla si è gentilmente prestata mostrando di essere non “milanetana” come dice lei ma al contrario un'ottima interprete napoletana. L’accompagnamento di chitarra sola è del mio amico Gino.