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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-23-2005, 11:49 PM Thread Starter
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got a good deal a few years ago on some Galeleio thermometers and had no idea what I would do with them till I seen this design in a clock making catalog so I thought they woujld make some nice christmas presents
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got a good deal a few years ago on some Galeleio thermometers and had no idea what I would do with them till I seen this design in a clock making catalog so I thought they woujld make some nice christmas presents

WOW Terry great Job sir, I really like those.



Oh I showed these to the Wife and she wanted to know if we were on your Christmas list. I told her to go back to sleep.

I need another 3 months before Xmas with the Baby Changing Station, End Table and Entertainment center I need to complete.

Again Great Job my friend.

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Yeah Terry, great idea for the thermometers. That's using the ole noodle. Nice workmanship too.

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Terry, those are some very nice looking clocks. Great job.

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