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Rust(more pics added)

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:57 am
by Chickshunt2
For interests sake here are a few more pics sent to me from the same person.
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Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:46 am
by Faster horses
That's cool......very cool!!
I hope folks didn't mean they had to own what was rusty!
I saw an old light pole yesterday that was all rusty at the bottom and
I wished I had my camera then.

Everyone, the next catagory will be WILDLIFE, so we expect a LOT
of entries!!

RUST

Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:42 pm
by JDBalerman
As no more entries have shown up here are the stories re. the pictures.
The metal horse statues are located in the desert west of the Salton Sea in southern California. There are quite a number of statues. They range from elephants and saber tooth tigers to an eagle and horses and even a pre-historic bird. They are all life size or more. It is quite easy for a grown man to stand under the elephant's belly.
The other two statues were found in Hillcity, South Dakota. The prospector's beard was made with a piece of unravelled cable. See how many parts of the mule you can identify, as I am sure most of us have enough spare parts in the junk pile or the back of the welding shop to build another one. I sure admire his imagination and tallent.
Faster Horses...you should have entered your old 1948 truck that you have sitting in the corner of your yard.
JDBalerman

Re: RUST

Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:41 pm
by Faster horses
Faster horses wrote:
JDBalerman wrote:As no more entries have shown up here are the stories re. the pictures.
The metal horse statues are located in the desert west of the Salton Sea in southern California. There are quite a number of statues. They range from elephants and saber tooth tigers to an eagle and horses and even a pre-historic bird. They are all life size or more. It is quite easy for a grown man to stand under the elephant's belly.
The other two statues were found in Hillcity, South Dakota. The prospector's beard was made with a piece of unravelled cable. See how many parts of the mule you can identify, as I am sure most of us have enough spare parts in the junk pile or the back of the welding shop to build another one. I sure admire his imagination and tallent.
Faster Horses...you should have entered your old 1948 truck that you have sitting in the corner of your yard.
JDBalerman


You have a good memory, JD Balerman. :lol: I never thought of it.
I should take a picture of that old dump
truck just to have on hand! :D And of course, he still runs. :D
Thanks for sharing your 'rusty' pictures with all of us. Your explanation of
where they were located was very interesting.