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We are both fine, and the car is fine too, except for needing a new windshield. With 1097 km on the odometer.
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Post war sales
A full-page Ercoupe advertisement, February 1946Although World War II had interrupted production of the Ercoupe, general aviation manufacturers were enthusiastic about the prospects of a post-war aviation boom. Thousands of men and women were trained as pilots by the government, and the hope was that they would want to include flying in their civilian life. Production of the model 415-C resumed in 1946, and in that year alone 4,311 aircraft were produced and sold at a cost of US$2,665. This was the same price as in 1941. At its peak, ERCO was turning out 34 Ercoupes per day, operating three shifts per day. The aircraft was aggressively marketed through non-conventional outlets such as the men's department of the Macy's department store chain.
However, private aircraft sales slumped after the war and the bottom dropped out of the civil aircraft market in late 1946, ending prospects for a boom market for civil aircraft sales.
 Other productionAeronca
Aeronca obtained a licence to produce the Ercoupe 415 as the Aeronca 12AC Chum in 1946 and built two prototypes: NX39637, with the Ercoupe twin-tail, and NX83772 with a larger, single tail, metal wings and trailing-link struts in the main undercarriage. No production ensued.
In 1947 ERCO sold its remaining Ercoupe inventory to Sanders Aviation, which continued to produce the aircraft in the same ERCO-owned factory. A total of 213 aircraft were sold by 1950. During this time, ERCO's chief engineer Fred Wieck moved on to Texas A&M, where he developed the agricultural Piper Pawnee aircraft and eventually the popular Piper Cherokee with John Thorpe and Karl Bergley.
Univair Aircraft Industries
Univair Aircraft Corporation of Aurora, Colorado purchased the Ercoupe design from the Engineering and Research Company in 1950. They provided spare parts and customer support to the existing aircraft.
In April 1955, Univair sold the Ercoupe type certificate to the Forney Aircraft Company of Fort Collins, Colorado, which later became the Fornaire Aircraft Company. The aircraft they produced differed from the 415-G in its engine/propeller combination, revised engine cowling, larger baggage compartment, and aluminum-covered wing panels. Production began in 1958 and ended in 1959.
56 of the F-1 Forney Deluxe were produced in 1958 and sold for $6,995 each.
59 of the F-1 Forney Explorer, Execta and Expediter were produced in 1959 and sold for $6,995.
23 of the F-1A Forney Trainer were produced in 1959. It was sold for $7,450.
A total of 138 aircraft were produced.
Air Products Company Aircoupe
Between August 1960 and March 1964, the rights to the Aircoupe aircraft were held by the AirCoupe division of Air Products Company of Carlsbad, New Mexico. The company was started by the city, with the hope of establishing aircraft manufacture as a local industry. They purchased the type certificate from Forney when a potential deal with Beechcraft fell through. Only a few planes were produced before the type certificate was sold to Alon, Incorporated on March 16, 1964. Twenty-five of the F-1A Forney Trainer were produced for US$7,450 each.
Alon Inc. was founded by John Allen and Lee O. Higdon, two executives who had retired from aircraft manufacturer Beechcraft to found their own company. They had previously negotiated with Forney Aircraft to purchase production of the Aircoupe so that Beechcraft could use the design as an introductory trainer. The deal was canceled by Olive Ann Beech, who decided to concentrate resources on the Beechcraft Musketeer. This decision caused the executives to leave Beechcraft and establish operations in McPherson, Kansas where they purchased the type certificate for the Aircoupe from the City of Carlsbad, New Mexico on March 16, 1964.
"A new company formed by former Beechcraft executives Allen and Higdon, who have purchased all assets, jigs, tools, and engineering of the program from the city of Carlsbad NM. They expect to deliver the first of 30-50 Aircoupes to be built next year for about $8,000." (-- Aviation Week 3/30/64)
The Alon A-2 and A-2A Aircoupes featured a sliding canopy, a more powerful Continental C90 90 hp (67 kW) engine, separate bucket seats and an improved instrument panel. The A-2 also differs from earlier models in having limited-movement rudder pedals, which also control the nosewheel steering. This was done in order to make it a more acceptable training aircraft and to make it easier to counteract increased P-factor yaw during a climb from the more powerful engine. The airplane had a higher rate of climb, a higher speed for best climb rate, and better engine cooling. Its non-spinning character remained unchanged.
Alon produced 245 A-2s from 1964 to 1967, with peak production of 1
St Andrew, Halstead, Essex
The eastern part of the South Aisle is so called because it was appropriated by the Bourchiers as their family burial place. The first Bourchier to be connected with Halstead was John, who obtained in 1311 the estate of Stanstead and married Helen de Colchester. He was buried in 1328 and in all probability the granite effigies resting on the easternmost tomb are those of him and his wife with four bedesmen being positioned at their feet. A wooden shield painted with the Bourchier arms has been fixed above the knight, but does not necessarily belong. (There is evidence sesting that this is a replacement dating from as early as the first half of the sixteenth century. No other such separate shield has been known to have survived.)
The remains of the tomb on which the effigies lie (three portions of two sides of a limestone tomb-chest with 'weepers' and shields) belonged to the tomb of Robert, first Lord Bourchier, son of John and Helen, and his wife Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas Prayers. Robert was the first Lay Chancellor of England (1340); he fought with the Black Prince at Crecy and was ambassador to the French to treat for peace. He died in 1349 of the Plague. According to the research carried out by J Enoch Powell MP the effigies lying under the adjacent canopied tomb are those of Robert and Margaret.
The canopied tomb with battlemented pinnacles and damaged tomb-chest is characterised by the style prevalent in the early part of the fifteenth century. They display the Bourchier Arms supported by an angel and a dragon. One angel panel in the front appears to have a scallop (cockleshell for Coggeshall?). If so, the tomb may have been made for John, second Lord Bourchier, KG (son of Robert) and his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John de Coggeshall. He died after a long and distinguished public career in 1400. Some interesting medieval scribbling on the western canopy shaft is gradually becoming obliterated. This records the names of important people connected with the parish. These include Colet (possibly John Colet, since the great tithe belonged to the Dean and Chapter of St Paul's), and Warner, whose family held the Manor of Dynes, alias Boises, from the reign of Henry VI to that of Mary.
Another scribble close by reads 'John Worth, let be your nice legs' although the last two letters are open to question. The Worthies held the Manor of Blamsters and John Worthie was steward to Lord Bourchier at Stanstead Hall during the reign of Henry VI. Weever, in the seventeenth century, mentioned seeing in the church the much damaged tomb of George de Vere, which has entirely disappeared. George was the nephew of John, the redoubtable thirteenth Earl of Oxford who commanded the van of the Duke of Richmond's army at Bosworth Field. George was buried at Halstead in 1498.
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Quezal(?) Art Glass Lamp Shade ca. 1900-1930s
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I'm so confused!! :D
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CUSTOM WINDOW COVERINGS DRAPERIES CURTAINS. CEILING FIXTURE SHADE. CANOPY MANUFACTURE
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Totally unique, these curtains were designed to capture movement and light in their repeating folds. Constructed by hand from over 100 yards of extra wide fabric, these particular works of art took over 2 weeks to sew together. These epitomize our fanatical approach to simplicity; to construct furnishings that look effortless, yet simply cannot exist without the thousands of hours of experience that tempers this craft.
Bust of John Curtain
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"John Joseph Curtain
1941 to 1945
Resident of Charlton
1894 to 1896"
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Patio Progress...Inside #3
Down on the lower level; we'll have shade cloth over this end and a nice place to sit once the pavers are in place...and maybe a water feature! And I love that we're using these wonderful, weathered fence panels...they have character! We got these for free from someone who was pulling them out to put chain link fencing in...they would have just been taken to the dump if we hadn't given them a second life!
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Bay windows, 1930s chalet semi, Broad Road, Willingdon, Sussex
A 1934/35 vintage semi, Willingdon, East Sussex. A small bay window and two sweeping, two-storey bow windows; cat slide roof (with a cat loft underneath, running the entire depth of the house).
All of the windows to the front have the original leaded lights! Single glazing, of course - hellishly cold in January and February, but there is a price to be paid for authenticity!
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Visit to Versailles: Tassels and Tatters
Granted, they did just reopen the Petit Trianon in July, 2008. But it sure looks like the Grand Trianon could use some TLC.
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It reminds me of an earthy forest canopy.
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Australia Day: Shadows on the Canopy #1
I thought the patterns made by the silhouettes of the gum trees over hanging the little mini-marquee set-up would make excellent textures for future design work ^_^
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St Brigid - Mary of the Gael - is second only to St Patrick in the esteem of the Irish people. She is, of course, specially associated with Kildare and the whole area of Magh Life (The Liffey Plain). It would appear that the veneration of St Brigid incorporates elements of a much older tradition. When the Celts came to Ireland, maybe around 500 B.C., they brought with them their Druidic religion. They had many gods, who interacted with the people, sometimes for good, and sometimes for evil. Many of the gods and goddesses were associated with cult sites at particular places. The pagan religious framework of the Celts is not well documented, and what details we have, are mainly of the religious practices of the continental Celts as described by Roman writers, who most likely never visited Ireland. So their accounts would not relate directly to the practices in Ireland, though there must have been broad similarities. The pagan religious practices of the Irish Celts were not encouraged by the Christians, and when they did record them, they would not have wished to present a balanced picture, even if they fully understood the rituals. So we actually have very little knowledge of the religious practices and rituals of the Druidic religion. On the other hand, the early Christian Church in Ireland did not seem to associate the Druidic religion with cruel and barbarous practices, which would have to be eliminated entirely. The names, and many of the attributes, of the Celtic Irish gods were preserved in an oral tradition though the Gods themselves were reduced to the ranks of fairies; they were not gods, but they were greater than human, they were the Sidh or the Tuath de Danann. The Christian traditions treated the Tuath de Danann with a certain sympathy and they are frequently shown as coming forth from their pagan world, being embraced in the Christian fold, and entering into heavenly bliss e.g. the stories of the Children of Lir, Oisin, and the tale of Eithne. It was not so easy to get the ordinary people to completely forget the pagan Celtic gods and elements of paganism survived for hundreds of years after Christianity became firmly established. Indeed there is evidence to sest that some of the more popular deities were absorbed into the Christian tradition as local saints, and the rituals associated with their worship survived as folk customs right up to very recent times. This would appear to have happened, at least to some extent, in the case of St Brigid.
The head God of the Irish Celts was The Dagda. The Dagda Mor was the father and chief of the people of Dana (the Tuath de Danann). He was a master of music, as well as other magical endowments, and owned a harp that came flying through the air at his call.
Dana was the greatest of the de Danann goddesses; she was the mother of the Irish gods. Daughter of the Dagda, and like him associated with the ideas of fertility and blessing, Dana was also known as Brid "the poetess". Brid is identified with the goddess Brigantia, territorial deity of the Brigantes, a powerful Celtic tribe of North Britain. Brigantia was associated with water and gives her name to rivers; the Brighid in Ireland; the Braint in Wales; and the Brent in England. Place name evidence would also sest that the goddess Brid was known in Celtic Europe. The name Brid was originally an epithet meaning "the exalted one". She is sometimes mentioned as a triple goddess i.e. three sister goddesses named Brid; one goddess associated with poetry and traditional learning in general; one associated with the smith's art; and the third associated with healing. However over time the separate attributes of the three goddesses became merged in the one figure. The Irish goddess Brid was specially concerned with the arts and with poetry. As such she was venerated by the filidh who were poets and prophets, and who had perhaps a rather academic interest in her. The Christian approach to the filidh seems to have been to allow them to maintain their literary, historical and legal responsibilities while suppressing their ritualistic role. However, it is mainly as a goddess of the ordinary people, concerned with healing, with flocks and stock and the yield of the earth, that she has survived to become a Christian saint.
So what of the Christian St Brigid? Brigid's father was Dubtach descendant of Con of the Hundred Battles, her mother Brotseach of the house of O'Connor. Her mother was said to have been a slave of Dubtach and she was sold, shortly before Brigid was born, to a Druid who lived at Faughart, a few miles from Dundalk. The date of Brigid's birth is disputed, but may be between 451 and 458; commonly it is taken as 453. Memories of the saint still linger around her birthplace. Her father's family were natives of the Province of Leinster and Fr. Swayne, late Parish Priest of Kildare, claims that they were from Umaras, between Monasterevin and Rathangan in Co. Kildare. Another exp
Papsoe Blind Tasting 19-04-2008
Sequence of the bottles that was sampled this evening.
1.La Rouget de Lisle Printaniere
2.New Holland Blue Goat Doppelbock
3.HeBrew Genesis 10:10
4.Siletz Oatmeal Cream Stout
5.Oggis Torrey Pines IPA
6.Firestone Double Barrel Ale
7.Viking Brewing Mjod
8.Sokildegaard Humlet Belgier XL
9.Renaissance Elemental Porter
10.Dogfish Head Red and White
11.Bogedal Nr. 0123
12.Middle Ages Kilt Tilter
13.Victory Grand Cru
15.Left Coast/Oggis Hop Juice
16.Eel River Triple Exultation
17.Lost Abbey Amazing Grace
18.Gourmetbryggeriet Pinsebryg Golden Strong Ale
19.North Coste Stock Ale Cellar Reserve Brandy Barrel
20.Independence Brewing Jasperilla Old Ale
21.Pizza Port High Tide Fresh Hop IPA
23.East coast Brewers Barley Wine
25.Sokildegaard Imperial Lakrids Stout
26.La Rouget de Lisle Burgonde
28.Thunder Canyon Warhead Stout
30.Des 2 Caps Blanche De Wissant
31.Foothills Seeing Double IPA
33.Iron Hill Oak Aged Quard
35.Stoudts Y2K IPA
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HORIZONTAL VENETIAN BLINDS - IKEA LAMP SHADES.
Horizontal Venetian Blinds
Energy performance assessment of a window with a horizontal Venetian blind [An article from: Energy & Buildings]
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This study examines the effects of the presence of a Venetian blind on the thermal performance of a window. The blind is positioned adjacent to the indoor surface of either a single or double glazed window and the coupled convection and radiation heat transfer problem is solved using a two-dimensional finite volume model. The numerical model is validated with published experimental and numerical results in the literature. The results show that the presence of a Venetian blind significantly improves the energy performance of a single and double glazed window. The blind reduces the overall heat transfer rate through the window by reducing the thermal radiation from the indoor glazing. The improved understanding of the benefits of Venetian blinds may lead to better designs of window/shading systems.
An attempt, although not a very successful one, to use my "Lens in a Cap" to shoot through the viewfinder of my old Soviet Konvas, which is perhaps my favorite filmmaking tool. Presented here for reference only, as all artistic merit seems to have fallen by the wayside.
The Konvas has an interesting viewfinder in that it has horizontal shutters running across the image in the viewfinder. There aren't wires, either. These are like venetian blinds. They're probably an eighth of an inch deep. They're apparently supposed to keep stray light from fogging the film during exposure. When I first started to use the Konvas it was very difficult to ignore them, but in time I got so I didn't even really notice them anymore.
You'll notice the complete lack of information in the viewfinder. No crop lines. No exposure information. Nothing. Very simple. This camera has no electronics whatsoever. If you have a DC motor hooked up to it there's that, but in this hand-cranked configuration there are literally no electronics at all. I find that extremely comforting for some reason.
One of the windows in the study, where I connect on flickr. Most of the time my attention is focused on the computer screen, not the window screen.
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UL listed motor; Heavy cast iron bow and bed; Hydraulic downfeed for ease of cut; Hardened and ground worm gear; Roller cabinet with built-in chip tray; Automatic shut-off after cut
Able to power through a range of materials, the Jet HVBS-7MW Horizontal/Vertical Bandsaw is great for your home shop or job site use. With its high capacity, swivel vise, and robust 3/4 HP, 115-volt motor, this bandsaw gets the job done quickly and efficiently. It also includes a complete coolant system, vertical worktable, chip brush, adjustable material stop, and bi-metal saw blade.
The JET HVBS-7MW
Horizontal/Vertical Bandsaw offers:
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Speed of 85, 130, 180, and 285 feet per minute
Roller blade guides and an adjustable material stop
The ability to handle a wide range of metals
The HVBS-7MW offers a capacity of 7 x 12 inches and a swivel vise for versatility. View larger.
The 3/4 HP, 115-volt motor delivers smooth, dependable operation.
High Capacity and Swiveling Vise for Versatility and Control
With a capacity of 7 x 12 inches, the HVBS-7MW can handle materials from aluminum to steel. And thanks to a vise that swivels up to 45 degrees, as well as a throat depth of five inches, you gain more flexibility and control over each project.
UL-listed Motor and Manual Speed Set for Robust Performance
The HVBS-7MW owes its robust performance to a UL-listed, 3/4 HP, 115-volt motor, which is balanced by a manual blade set for greater control. You can set the speed at 85, 130, 180, and 285 feet per minute--whichever best suits your materials and job. And a hydraulic downfeed also ensures cutting ease.
Cast Iron Construction and Hardened, Ground Worm Gear for Durability
Designed to provide consistent performance even after years of heavy use, this bandsaw boasts sturdy construction, including a heavy cast iron bow and bed, as well as hardened and ground worm gear for extraordinary durability.
Automatic Shut-Off and Coolant System for Safety
To help prevent accidents or loss of control, the saw automatically shuts off after each cut, while a complete coolant system delivers coolant through the blade guides to prevent over-heating and helps ensure smooth, continuous operation.
Adjustable Roller Blade Guides and Material Stop for Precision
For added convenience, the HVBS-7MW features adjustable roller blade guides and an adjustable material stop to accommodate different materials. There's also a chip tray built right in the roller tray to help keep your workspace free of dust and debris, which helps maintain visibility as you work.
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About JET: A History of Sharing New, Feature-Rich Products
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Coprosma repens 'Fireburst'
Coprosma 'Fireburst' is an evergreen shrub with striking green, cream and pink variegated foliage. The colour changes from cream/pink tones during the summer to fiery red foliage during the autumn and winter. 'Fireburst' is ideal for small hedges and general garden landscaping. It grows to 3 or 4 feet tall and the same in width. Prune to promote bushiness. Performs best on well drained soil and in full sun to partial shade. Hardy to 20F.
Coprosma repens is a shrub or small tree that is native to New Zealand. Common names include Taupata, Mirror Bush, Looking-glass Bush, New Zealand Laurel and Shiny Leaf.
The habit of this species varies markedly with its situation. In exposed situations, such as cliffs, it assumes a prostrate habit, while in more sheltered areas it can grow as a small tree up to 8 metres in height. It has thick and very glossy leaves which vary considerably in size, depending on exposure to the elements. The leaf margins are recurved, occasionally to the extent that the leaf may be cylindrical in cross-section.
Flowers are produced in spring and summer, the male flowers appearing in dense, compound clusters, the female flowers in smaller clusters. Female plants produce orange-red ovoid drupes which are around 8 mm in diameter and 10 mm in length.
The species is native to the North Island, South Island, Kermadec Islands and Three Kings Islands in New Zealand. In Australia it has become naturalised in coastal areas of Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania.
The species has been popular in coastal gardens due to its resistance to salt spray. Although it prefers well-drained sandy soils, it can cope with heavier soils. There are a large number of other cultivars:
'Coffee Cream' - creamy-yellow leaf margins
'Coppershine' - foliage with a copper-bronze tinge
'Marble Chips' - leaves with white margins and speckles
'Picturata' - leaves with a golden central area
'Pink Splendour'- leaves have pink and maroon shaded margins
'Rainbow Surprise' - a small cultivar with small pink and yellow-green leaves
'Taupata Gold' - cream leaves with green centres
'Variegata' - leaves with a creamy-white margin
'Yvonne' - compact form with dark-green leaves
Wild Gooseberry Shrub - Calavera, San Diego county
Mount Calavera in the background; is a volcanic plug. One of three in Southern California. A great place to hike, spend a day with California native plants and animals. This Gooseberry is a thorny plant that creates large berries. Birds are attracted to this for food and shelter.
The architecture of the branches really stopped me in my tracks. My camera battery was dying but I managed to get some shots of this amazing plant. I have one in my garden growing in partial shade. It likes the Fall rains and new growth is noticeable at this time.
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Detail - Ryder Brothers Warehouse
We can thank the relatively dry climate in Baker City for this old building's excellent state of preservation. West of the Cascades, I'm not sure the lovely iron shutters would have fared as well over the years.
If I lived here, I'd have a window box full of colorful flowers just below the old stone still. Sigh.
Baker City, Oregon.
Special Shutters... Main Street, Gibraltar
The window shutters are different from those of our nearby neighbours, Spain. This shutter type was introduced by Genoese immigrants and I believe Genoa is the only other place you will see this type of shutter - the bottom opens outwards as well as the shutter opening on a hinge.
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Plastic Shutter Fasteners
I found this fastener on the ground at the Port of Tacoma, which was littered with all sorts of odds and ends. It seems as if there is a preponderance of careless activity at the Port, one of the products of which is a plethora of interesting objects littering the place.
Fastener, Molding Clips for 1956 Cadillac
These fasteners where used for the molding at door and front fender.
Where to buy? Do you know a source? Please let me know.
I need a set for one molding on the front fender. Six clips were used.
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Planting Shade Grass
It was raining and I can't bring my camera outside my place. I saw this small grass-like plant the size of a regular paperclip growing on a rock under a shaded area. You know what i did next :-)
Crab grass seeds. This picture was actual an accident, I had the exposure at 1/2000 for taking pictures of the sky, and forgot to reduce it for shooting in the shade.
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400 Series Frenchwood hinged inswing patio door shown with nailing flange, pine interior and Whitmore hardware in Antique Brass.
After picture of sheer drapery panels installed on a patio door and side window in a dining room.
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Messing around with my camera. I love the sun coming in through the blinds. This doesn't quite capture it, but I like how the blowout makes it look like the sun is inside :)
Light and Shade
Light streaming in through the blinds leaves an intricate play of lines on the wall.
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VHT NIGHT SHADES SPRAY - WOVEN WOOD ROMAN SHADES.
Vht Night Shades Spray
Where: Warrington, PA
When: October 2011
Settings: 1/250", f18, ISO 100, Flash
Notes: This was actually taken in the middle of a bright sunny day! Also, not very post processed. I'm quite pleased it came out how I wanted
From earlier this Fall, a late blooming petunia in the late afternoon light.
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