Well? I bought of Ebay 30k (well that's what they said) and had like 7k before. How much do you have?
Topic by Millawi Legend | last reply
Hello Nice Internet People. Ok, here I shall focus on the second question. I have an old CRT iMac (Green, its so cute) and In my room I have a Compaq Presario somethingarather. It is connected to the WiFi ( Compaq) and I was wondering if there was a way I could connect the iMac?
Question by Warlrosity | last reply
I am selling my llama 9mm and buying another 9mm hangun. i need to find one for under 300 dollars. it needs to be modern...(no revolvers) i know there are modern revolvers but none of those.
Question by average joe 1999 | last reply
Hello to All, This is a very mundane request but was wondering if anyone on this list would have the time to help me figure out how to make a monitor for my farm. I have dwarf dairy goats with a llama guardian but with the windows closed now for winter I can't hear if there is a problem. Sometimes they maybe almost 800 feet away. Liese, Piedmont region, NC
Topic by Liese | last reply
I'm looking for a design (ie: instructions, ideas or patterns) on how to make my own Alpaca pack. The packs are too expensive to purchase from the local co-op or grange. I have priced them online as well and am completely shocked at the prices. If you have built this type of item for a llama, donkey or mule it is probably adaptable. We are looking to use our Alpacas around our farm to carry feed and tools as needed, and also to help carry firewood back to the house from the back country. Any ideas will be gratefully appreciated.
Question by 11d2skado | last reply
I have a scheme to build a kid carrier that is sort of a combination of a rickshaw, a stroller and a bike trailer. I'm thinking about using PVC for the frame, but wanted other ideas from you clever, creative people. Here are the requirements: - cost effective: titanium molded rebar may be nice, but I don't have that kind of money. - fairly strong: I'm hoping to fit 4 kids in this thing, and as such I need something that will be strong enough to hold them. - light weight: I'll be pulling this by hand, possibly over uneven terrain, so it can't weigh a ton. - easy: I have no skills or equipment for welding, so I need something that will be fairly easy to cut and assemble. - available: It needs to be something that can be procured fairly easily from a hardware store, online store, junkyard, etc.So far, the best ideas I've come up with are: - pvc - fits all the above criteria, with the possible exception of structural integrity. Anyone ever used this for framing stuff? - angle iron - could get a little heavy if I'm not careful, and I'd have to cover it to prevent injuries. - bamboo - strong and light-weight, and reasonably easy to work with, but not very readily available.Any other recommendations?
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