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Thanks, will look into buying them ready made in the area. As for gliders and such, i have a tendency to go a lot heavier then needed, just to be sure.. Luckily my father in law has the same attitude, and he'll be helping me with this project once i have the plan together..Not very long, maybe up to two years for some bottles, but even the more rare gifted ones get polished off rather quickly. The whole contraption will probably store up to approx. 70 bottles, its just to...
Eh, the last time my father in law fired up his old electro welder the thing blew a fuse , and subsequently blew the fuse for the whole street.. Might be something to not using too heavy equipment in residential areas Or not using old shit, that would work as well..On topic, I will be converting the build in cabinet in my living room to a bar, with the bottom halves into drawers for wine. The thing is a bit too deep to just put in a rack, I would lose too much space.....
Can we go Dutch on that payment?
Well, the energy costs alone would make this a big timer thing only.. I wonder who will be the first:slayer:
For us it was taking that truck into the desert and traveling around for a three or four days, hopping around. Awesome place, the silence at night was deafening..
Correct! around 2008 i think..
I was driven around in one of those in the Jordanian desert. Mightily impressed on how it handled then, for such an old and in this particular case beaten up car. Our driver, Audi (yes, this led to a lot of laughs), filled up the radiator at a camel watering hole and off we went..No meaningful input to your quest Lefty, but it triggered a very nice memory that I wanted to share.
guess I missed the extra security checks/profiling that you get flying from schiphol to ben gurion. Zaventem also was in the news in a bad way a while ago in an item where reporters flew on purpose with fake passports.fwiw, I too hate US security because it so invasive yet dumb. At least the Israelis make it invasive with a plan behind it.ontopic:http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2015/11/economic-impact-european-refugee-crisis/414364/
Brussels zaventem. Even the flight to Ben gurion had shoddy security
Lol, in the news today. The Netherlands are sending over our own security personnel to check the bags to get all of our tourists back safely. Otherwise the Dutch airlines do not allow suitcases on Egyptian flights anymore, Egyptian security personnel has been deemed not to be trusted..
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