Thursday, October 7, 2010

detailed...

75,84,51,0,B

13 comments:

mike said...

I want one

~mc~ said...

me, toooooo :)

shawn said...

The name is as cool as the machine, genius ...

frito bandito said...

yes siree, that sure is a Bike o worsher... can't buy one in the store tho, gotta go see Mr. Wells at The Field Lab in Terlingua.

Kathryn said...

I am expecting a youtube video of the first succesful run of the B' o 'W.

The Flying Tortoise said...

Looks great John. Good luck for the 10th!

Twain55 said...

Fantastic!

linda said...

Wow, what creativity!

nycjeff said...

gotta get me to a welding class.

repsychallblues said...

When do you go into production? Will you be setting up an assembly line in the greenhouse?

Texmom said...

What is your plan for the gray water?

Allen Hare said...

Excellent! I guess you need to put some rear legs on it, and maybe a handle to lift the rear end and move the thing around. Nothing like a change of scenery to improve the motivation of the "Bike-O-Wosher" motor. Congratulations on another job well conceived and executed.

K1MGY said...

Has Benita reacted to this amazing contraption? Would be an interesting video with Sweet Benita sniffing around while John Wells cranks away at the laundry.

also: I want one, too. Will you publish the plans for the un-talented, such as I?