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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Torren61, Apr 22, 2020.
The invasive Emerald Ash Borer is taking a toll in this city.
Dang, that's too bad. Were you given an option for the wood?
I was not, and I've often wondered if infected ash is still decent guitar wood. Probably so.
"Infested" I wonder if they burn that wood.
What's the middle one and where were you for the last one?
The middle one is from a cave in Palo Duro canyon in Amarillo, TX
The bottom is Cimarron, NM
Ah. I have a .30 cal Blackhawk. It looks a lot like the one in the pic.
The cool thing about it is that its the companion sidearm to the .30 cal carbine rifle, which I also have.
You're right: "Infested". I don't know if they burn the wood or not, but I would guess that they do. Gotta kill any larvae if they can. They always leave the stumps though, so I'm guessing that the larvae never go down into the lower or underground parts of the tree.
Please post more pics of Rome. You live there and some things become mundane to you but are really interesting to others.
California coastline south of Mendocino
Sandy River, about 20 miles southeast of Portland. Oregon.
My cousin Lee Hart. Lifelong cowboy. Joined the Army while in his 40s. Served as a Pvt in the 8th Airforce. Was a ball turret gunner on B-17s. Was one of the very few aircrew to survive 50 missions over continental Europe.
My great uncle Bill Lukehart. Sgt. US Army. Tank gunner, Gen. Patton's 3rd Army.
My grandfather Homer Judy. Served as an artillery officer in the Pacific theater.
Herbert Grosdidier. Served in the Navy. Methodist minister. Head of the math department in my high school. One of the 3 best teachers I ever had. All three of them used to hang out at my house (my mother taught in the same school).
My father, Billy Ed Lyons. Born in the town of Ozark, Arkansas. Msgt. US Airforce. Flight engineer on B-29s in Korea; B-50s, B36s, and KC-97s during the cold war.
Up a narrow gravel road, two waterfalls.
Rocklin the campground with some cigar box blues
We bought a chair and it was sent packed in a large box and stuffed with crumpled packing paper. I have the paper scattered all over a spare room until I can run it to recycling later today.
I got back home yesterday from working out of town since Tuesday. I went to water my orchids and saw this.