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There's still very little happening on the forum so here is a small old project, one that makes nice gifts.
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There's still very little happening on the forum so here is a small old project, one that makes nice gifts.
Something I've always wondered about with those. Will it still hold the bottle like that after some of the wine has been drank?

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Something I've always wondered about with those. Will it still hold the bottle like that after some of the wine has been drank?
Yes, it will, Theo. We tried at all levels (although, a little harder to get it in the holder when you get down to an empty bottle...)



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Yes, it will, Theo. We tried at all levels (although, a little harder to get it in the holder when you get down to an empty bottle...)


Hey, I grew up around the top of that knot. Down here a really harsh winter is when the snow from one of our usual three snow storms a winter lasts on the ground for more than two weeks. If it is gone by two weeks it's only a harsh winter. Guess who's not moving back to MI.

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I've never lived where it snowed and the snow lasted more than a couple of days. In my travels, however, I got the message--forget about living any place where people keep snow shovels in their garage.
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