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    Quote Originally Posted by Don - Nevada View Post
    Shucks, you are all youngsters.
    On May 08, I'll be 85 years old. That's correct: 85!
    I still snowshoe at 6,000 feet (to our cabin) in the winter and still hike to 10,000 feet (above Virginia Lakes) in the summer.

    Happy Birthday!! And many more!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Don - Nevada View Post
    Shucks, you are all youngsters.
    On May 08, I'll be 85 years old. That's correct: 85!
    I still snowshoe at 6,000 feet (to our cabin) in the winter and still hike to 10,000 feet (above Virginia Lakes) in the summer.
    congratulations on a long and healthy life, I apparently took the 'happy/fun' track and lived too many years
    on 4-5 hours sleep at night, drinking and living it up, considering all the 'good times' I've had I have probably
    lived about 80 years total due to lack of sleep.
    be safe

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    Shucks, you are all youngsters.
    On May 08, I'll be 85 years old. That's correct: 85!
    I still snowshoe at 6,000 feet (to our cabin) in the winter and still hike to 10,000 feet (above Virginia Lakes) in the summer.

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    Wagon wheel wrench

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooks View Post
    ​Nope...not for hole making...
    OK it can be a press for brass or metal.....Jetspray
    2003 Alumaweld, 19'6", Chevy vortec V-6, SD-309 american turbine jet, T-8 Yamaha kicker, waiting for the tackle fairy to show up to fill my boxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetspray View Post
    Well I am sure it is for hole making as it is adjustable. I worked with a farmer that used horses bigger than Budwiser wagon horses. Probably for harnesses or something to do with that. He always did take his time doing things but he never ran under budget, and he always hired hobos and homeless folks that wanted a place to sleep in the winter that was warm and had good food. He was my grandfather's neighbor and a great guy to work with....Jetspray
    ​Nope...not for hole making...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooks View Post

    I found it on Google...It's the infamous tool used to make the rudder for a duck's ass. Very rare. LOL

    Actually I did find it but I'm not telling. Used in the era before autos.



    Well I am sure it is for hole making as it is adjustable. I worked with a farmer that used horses bigger than Budwiser wagon horses. Probably for harnesses or something to do with that. He always did take his time doing things but he never ran under budget, and he always hired hobos and homeless folks that wanted a place to sleep in the winter that was warm and had good food. He was my grandfather's neighbor and a great guy to work with....Jetspray
    2003 Alumaweld, 19'6", Chevy vortec V-6, SD-309 american turbine jet, T-8 Yamaha kicker, waiting for the tackle fairy to show up to fill my boxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetspray View Post
    It is a pitter but I do not know what, cherries, olives (those have to be cured first). It is hard to tell, Jimmy cracked corn to feed to the chickens....Jetspray

    I found it on Google...It's the infamous tool used to make the rudder for a duck's ass. Very rare. LOL

    Actually I did find it but I'm not telling. Used in the era before autos.



    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooks View Post
    Ya Got Me....

    Some kind of hand held cutting or polishing tool? Olive pit remover? Hole punch?
    Don't know.
    It is a pitter but I do not know what, cherries, olives (those have to be cured first). It is hard to tell, Jimmy cracked corn to feed to the chickens....Jetspray
    2003 Alumaweld, 19'6", Chevy vortec V-6, SD-309 american turbine jet, T-8 Yamaha kicker, waiting for the tackle fairy to show up to fill my boxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDK View Post

    Ya Got Me....

    Some kind of hand held cutting or polishing tool? Olive pit remover? Hole punch?
    Don't know.
    Catch ya later ... hooks

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