Wednesday, August 15, 2012

back to the future













Got set up to start soaking ol' Bob's head to get the rest of the meat off the skull.  Bugs have pretty much cleaned out the inside.  I ordered my radiant barrier on Monday morning and it gets delivered FedEx to the middle of nowhere on Wednesday afternoon...amazing.  Gunga came by for a visit this afternoon.  This is Ben in two years.  94,106,70,0,B,0 

11 comments:

remmij said...

"This is Ben in two years."... minus the dindins!
Gunga Din

Zole said...

What in the world do you plan to do with his head?
Lil ben will gladly play your head but games then for sure!

Susan Harper said...

Is Gunga part Watusi too?

Rita B. said...

look at the growth marks on Gunga's right horn. Wow. Ben's looking on no doubt wishing he were that big.

Grace said...

Please don't let Ben come across that head.... could scar him for life. :(

Dale said...

That be morbid and medieval bro.

terry josiah said...

How much for Bob's head when cleaned?

savingtheworldthrusmallchanges said...

john have you ever considered putting an exterior radiant barrier on the conexs ??? do a search on MANIFESTO HOUSE in Chile - they used wooden pallets that are hinged to open in the winter - to let the sun hit the metal of the containers- and closed to shield the metal container walls from the sun in the summer- for free passive heating and cooling and recycling all in one project

savingtheworldthrusmallchanges said...

heres a link
http://www.archdaily.com/41001/manifesto-house-james-mau-for-infiniski/

Off Grid R and D said...

dYou gotta give detailed info on installing the radient barrier. Inquiring minds want to know; We I do anyway!

Allen Hare said...

Interesting project on the bull's head. We'll all be looking forward to the updates. Are you going to mount it somewhere around the compound?

I'm looking forward to seeing how the radiant barrier gets installed. Best of luck with the project.

Little Ben looking on Gunga from his pen is priceless!