Jun 12, 2018
Her dress is cute
Randy that is a really neat little place!
Brad, can you post an up to date picture?
OK, here are a couple of more recent photos of Trolley. When he was small he liked to sit in this little tube on top of the cat tree. He got big enough that he could not fit inside any more and would perch on the top of it. So I ended up making something bigger for him and he enjoys that.
Your wife and yourself should be commended!
Thank you, Candy. We'll be looking forward to it.
Looks like Trolley has found his carbarn!
I'm trying to read the blue strip. The first three symbols are Japanese katakana and it spells out, usume or the word THIN. The next symbol is a kanji and I don't know that one. The next two kanji says, Not Necessary. So thin ?? not necessary. Now on to the others
These are my go to finishing products for working with plastics, especially 3d prints. I often start with the dissolved putty and then the 500 , after sanding I'll reprime them with the 1000 and 1200 .
You are right , they do not require thinning.
There are shapeways prints and they did not start out smooth and shiny.
Cats and Model Trains mix as well as Dogs and Model Rockets.
Cats are proof that the Earth is not flat, for if it were, they would have long since pushed everything over the edge.
Of course my woman friends Parrot wasn't safe around the trains either.
My son's ferret attacking an RDC.
That could be a plot for one of those horrible monster B-movies (often, D-movies...).
Attack Of The Giant Ferret! Coming to a theatre near you...
I love cheap monster movies.
I can't find it on YT but there is a hilarious video of a cat digging dog treats out of a jar, pushing them over the edge of a counter top and watching two dogs go after the treats as they hit the floor. I must have seen it on AFV, originally.
I remember seeing a cat feeding the dogs video.