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Corny 1 year ago
Uh. #26 doesn't say what the dang thing is!
       
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Clara 1 year ago
Corny,

If I remember correctly that's a book holder, two straps are used to hold the books and that's the handle.
       
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Lib 1 year ago
#36 or wine maker?
Used on a siphon hose to keep air from entering the vine wile not used, thus preventing vineger growth.
       
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Arnie 1 year ago
#15 You've never been in the army during in a winter exercise if you didn't recognize this
       
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Paula 1 year ago
Arnie,

My Dad had some, he'd get them out when we went ice fishing!

Don't Google it, Duckle it! acute acute
       
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Hal 1 year ago
#24 either your granny loves small flowers or those are sex trophies lol
       
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Sharon 1 year ago
No. 13: ya pucher weed in there
       
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Terence 1 year ago
#3 - It's a sword holder. The scabbard has a shaped flange that gets inserted into the hole, you rotate the scabbard and it doesn't fall off the sword belt..
       
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Thias 1 year ago
#25 is used to strip corn off the cob.
       
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"What are these shredded balls on my property?"

A: "Juniper-hawthorne rust: a fungal disease. It starts as a gall then the tentacles appear around spring/rain. It probably won’t kill this tree but it can seriously mess up secondary hosts ie apple trees. Only way to get rid of it is to prune then burn the removed branches.. don’t forget to disinfect your tools after."

 

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