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Thread: Now I know which way the wind blows

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    Default Now I know which way the wind blows

    In an article in our club magazine a friend recently described making a weathervane so I thought I would have a go. His has a locomotive but my interests are somewhat different !

    Mark
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    Now that's a good lookin' weather vane. And also an excellent rendition of a pre-WWII motorcycle. Artistry in metal .....

    SP

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    Nice! I like any sort of weather related gadget like that. I had a moose weather vane on top of my flag pole but the wind blew it off a while back.
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    Here is a title that may interest some here. http://www.astragalpress.com/america...athervanes.htm
    It has some very good art work and gives the sizes of the items listed in the catalog. http://www.astragalpress.com
    This is the home page.
    Glen
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    Here is my weathervane.

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    Apparently, those Canadian moose look a little different

    Paul
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    I shall rephrase that.

    Here is my other weathervane.
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    Smile

    I was going to say "moose is in the eye of the beholder".
    Ken.

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