Friday, September 9, 2011

Mr. Flanders

Attached two 4' splices and welded the 32' beam into place on the east side this morning.  Started thinking about what has to happen next and decided I need more room to work.  Began the task of moving stuff out of the way and managed to bag up long overdue trash and mostly recyclables...20 bags.  Heading to Alpine in the morning to unload thanks to Hal Flanders.  http://www.alpinerecycles.org/hal_flanders.pdf  84,98,65,0,B

8 comments:

Marguerite Chanslor said...

I'm always glad that I stopped by your place in the evenings. Yet another interesting tidbit of information--this time about Mr. Flanders. Thanks for the info.

Marguerite Chanslor said...

I'm not Marguerite. I thought I got that changed!

alam0tx said...

Mr. Flanders...The kind of people that made this country what it is..just wish there were more of them...Nice piece of writing, by his son, I assume...

Jim in WNC said...

Good man, this Hal fellow!

remmij said...

since you are cooking with light, you might be amused by this...
http://www.gjsentinel.com/special_sections/articles/a_voluminous_explanation_of_me

Son of Liberty said...

If only there were more men like Hal Flanders, this world would be a much better place.

Allen Hare said...

Glad to see you making some more progress de-cluttering.

Thanks, Hal!

Mack Vewes said...

I will honor Hal Flanders and practice the 3'Rs'. I am soon to be a Terlingua Ranchian. A portrait and landscape painter by profession and living in Florida. Where I live we are not permitted to have a garden much less a compost bin. Originally from Austin. Never should've left Texas. Don't ask...but I'm in the process of rectifying that.