Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: Relative strength
- Lets see.... two Tents, archery gear thats combat(must include armor bag)
and real stuff, cloths for a week, bedding, box for dog, box for bird, bath
pan and perch for bird, food for a week(no vendors) and if any person goes
with me.... I will make the bed fit but it is still on the bottom of the to
do list....after fixing manure spreader, wagon, and haybined...which
requieres fixing the air compressor, cutting down an oak tree, that is if
the chain saw is fixed. I am so glad I'm retired and do not "have ta" do
getting ready to go get the tires to replace the "baldies" on the Jeep.
----- Original Message -----
From: "ewdysar" <ewdysar@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 12:36 PM
Subject: [MedievalSawdust] Re: Relative strength
> Wow, your van must be really packed. My slat bed legs are 3"x3"x24",
> about 1/2 cubic foot. My Doug Fir bed legs have plenty of "miles" on
> them...if you catch my drift... ;) with no problems.
> --- In email@example.com, "James W. Pratt, Jr."
> <cunning@f...> wrote:
> > I have seen them made out of pine, plywood and Oak. All can split
> and give
> > trouble if the occupants act .... well you get the idea...but it
> still is
> > only MY opinion not what will or has worked.
> > If you feel confortable with poplar go for it. I would not.
> > James Cunningham
> > Who does not have room in the van for bed posts.
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