Egg Cage

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Aussie
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Egg Cage

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Another Christmas gift done... I am way ahead this year thanks to Covid :(
Only real pain was flattening the bird wire.
Egg Cage.jpg
egg open.jpg

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Nice job Ron!
You're finishing stuff, and I'm barely starting :oops:
Glad lockdown ended(imagine a Lot of people are mad at "Pizza Boy" !)
Is your shop next to house?
Is finish capable of a mild soap and water on cloth cleaning?
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Post by Tex_Lawrence »

Wow. Do y'alls eggs escape a lot down under? :D

That looks really nice. I straightened some chicken wire by stretching it around a 4" piece of PVC pipe while sliding it back and forth.
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That looks pretty cool. Looks like you did a nice job on it. Do you keep the eggs in a cage because of thievery ?? Or are they ready to hatch ?? Just kidding. Thanks for posting.

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Aussie wrote:
Fri Nov 20, 2020 7:18 am
Another Christmas gift done... I am way ahead this year thanks to Covid :(
Only real pain was flattening the bird wire.
Egg Cage.jpgegg open.jpg
You guys “crack me up”
My daughter wanted something to store the eggs on her kitchen bench.
My shop is about 100 yards from the house and I live in the country so I can make as much noise as I want to.
Yep the pizza boy told 1 lie which locked down the whole state.

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Ron...
Your ideas are interesting and your out comes are
mostly crazy good always interesting to see what
your up to...

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jay pieper wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:58 am
Ron...
Your ideas are interesting and your out comes are
mostly crazy good always interesting to see what
your up to...
Thank you Jay
I will take that as a compliment .....haha

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jay pieper wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 6:58 pm
Ron...
Your ideas are interesting and your out comes are
mostly crazy good always interesting to see what
your up to...
+1 Agreed!

YUP! What's he going to do next???

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I like the offbeat idea of caging the eggs , it adds an artistic touch.
A nice finish also.

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