Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
John,Looks like you have created the monster you set out to build, great job. Now you have what, 5 or 6 more to build?? The 100,000 visitor is knocking on the door, who will it be????
Number 100,000 might just win a prize!
And the winner is....?ISP 188.8.131.52 at 10:24:27PM central time...referring URL - wretha.blogspot.com
That is gorgeous. I will be interested to see how they attach.
After you are finished, Terlingua should hire you to create the ARCH D'TERLINGUA.
WOW! That's just cool! Congrats, man.
JW, Congratulations on 100,000. I've been watching and waiting for the numbers to rack up.
JWBe sure to wirebrush and treat your Welds before you prime them. good luck on hoisting the beast! Be Carefull.
Wow, that is a lot of work...good job!!Congratulations as well on the 100,000 visitor.
Won't you just weld them onto the containers?
Looks as though you're arc is starting to resemble a certain famous bridge here in Sydney. :p
Great looking work, JW. I can't wait to see it in place.
Cool, I'm glad the 100,000th person came from my blog! Woohoo!Here's to the next 100,000! :)Wretha
Is there going to be cake and ice cream at the Grub Shack to celebrate?
Hey cool, that's my isp.....sweet
Great truss, why not make the rest triangular (when looking at the end down the length)? Less materials, less build time, less weight to move. Granted I'm no engineer, but always like to save time, effort and $$$.
When you first started the truss, I thought you'd make them triangular, also.
Very nice welding!I hate to say this, but in a greenhouse environment these guys are gonna rust pretty quick. You might want to paint them. ...I know another step after all that work.....drats.....Just a thought.Jeff
Damn! that is on fine piece of fabrication! I love the "Custom" table too.
Would have made a great gift!!
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