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Good Friday morning.
11/Apr/09 12:00 AM
Good Maen
11/Apr/09 12:00 AM
I'm ba-ack.
11/Apr/09 12:00 AM
Good Morning Worldly People
11/Apr/09 12:00 AM
Welcome back Plum, been missing you.
11/Apr/09 12:01 AM
Good Maen, everyone!
And today is 'Opening Day' for the baseball season & fans, too.
11/Apr/09 12:01 AM
2:38 um, I'll stick with my little electric zizzer for grinding coffee.
So, what is it really? And does the dog pull it?
11/Apr/09 12:05 AM
Thanks, Karen. I've missed you all, too. My poor puter has been serviced and is now carrying me back to Sudokuland and all my friends.
11/Apr/09 12:08 AM
Baseball? I miss warm afternoons outdoors listening to WJR and Ernie Harwell, the voice of the Detroit Tigers. Back when I followed the game, went to some games, and knew the lineup.
11/Apr/09 12:10 AM
Ty Tyson way back when did the play by play on the radio,before TV.
11/Apr/09 12:13 AM
LOL, At first I thought it was a rickshaw in really bad shape... but, a coffee grinder? Too bad this is a photo and not a video - it would be great to see it in action!

Oh, good Maen fellow Sudoku-ites!
11/Apr/09 12:13 AM
Oh, and Paul Carey along with Ernie Harwell.
11/Apr/09 12:14 AM
Good Maen Sudokuland!
11/Apr/09 12:15 AM
everyone!
A slow morning here.
Plum, hope your 'puter stays on the mode!
Know the feeling though when my 'puter goes
11/Apr/09 12:16 AM
I can remember from my childhood a man who would come round on his bike, jack up the back wheel then pedal away turning a circular stone where he would sharpen knives and scissors for a few pence each. Imagine nowadays having a knife sharpener on the streets!
11/Apr/09 12:17 AM
1:57 Maen! I was afraid this was some sort of ancient torture device... coffee grinder sounds muuuuch better :)
11/Apr/09 12:18 AM
Another man would call out for pots and pans to be mended. We had a metal bowl with a hole. He mended it with a kind of double washer and it went on to do many years service.
11/Apr/09 12:19 AM
Welcome back Plum.
Have a very nice time to all of you.
11/Apr/09 12:20 AM
That is one heavy duty grinder! Looks like it could grind a LOT of coffee in a short period of time! (Speaking of coffee... reminds me that I haven't had my coffee yet, but I will grind it with my 'zizzer' as Plum calls it!)
11/Apr/09 12:20 AM
I suppose in these times we should start reviving the make do and mend culture of just after WWII
11/Apr/09 12:20 AM
Not that those of you over the pond needed to do these things
11/Apr/09 12:21 AM
Did you?
11/Apr/09 12:21 AM
It is getting very dark here from the black rainclouds overhead and as I ave taken 22 I shall leave and do some work. By work I mean write in my blog.
11/Apr/09 12:23 AM
It's not much fun racing to 22 all alone so I'll cp as well
11/Apr/09 12:24 AM
Congrats on the 22 MO!
11/Apr/09 12:24 AM
looks more like a corn shucker? to me. put the corn in, kernals come out one side, cobs go out the other.
11/Apr/09 12:24 AM
Make mine Dark Sumatra roast!
11/Apr/09 12:31 AM
Good Maen everyone!
11/Apr/09 12:33 AM
Famia, that's what I was thinking, too, but thought the photographer maybe knew something I didn't!
11/Apr/09 12:47 AM
Thank you, Wagdy. It's been cold and snowy here. I've been missing your beautiful palm photos.
11/Apr/09 12:47 AM
I have vague memories of seeing something like this in Costa Rica, growing up. Our home was surrounded by Cafetals.
11/Apr/09 12:50 AM
GannieMo, my grandparents exemplified the make due and mend culture of pre-WWII. I love the word "tinker" both in its noun and verb forms. It refers back to the traveling "fixer" who repaired tin.
11/Apr/09 12:52 AM
!!!
Cleanliness certainly wasn't an issue, was it?

Oh, pardon me... everyone!
11/Apr/09 12:52 AM
Kathy - Holy cow, does the coffee taste like mud? It was fresh ground this morning ...
11/Apr/09 12:56 AM
Heidi, you're such an interesting person. I didn't know you'd grown up in Costa Rica. How about that? If I had to guess at your childhood it would be running barefoot in braids through pastures of blue grass.
11/Apr/09 12:59 AM
Hey, !
Welcome back!
11/Apr/09 1:02 AM
Oh! GannieMo! You are bringing up such memories! I lived in a house that had no indoor plumbing until I was 10 years old! (Sorry, I WON'T go back to that by choice!) Lived on hand-me-downs. (Maybe that's why I still have a hard time throwing anything away!) Some things you'll do, some you won't. More...
11/Apr/09 1:03 AM
I'd love to have chickens again but this plot isn't suitable. Our first house in France 20 years ago we had both chickens and ducks. Of corse I couldn't kill them and when they were the oldest foul in France by about 6 years we had to get a neighbour in to do the deed.
BTW all the time we had chickens we never saw a snake on the property but within days of them going we had loads.
11/Apr/09 1:12 AM
Do girls still learn to knit, crochet and embroider? Of course we didn't have TV and you can get a lot more done listening to the radio.
11/Apr/09 1:15 AM
Funny, GMo! We had rabbits for the same purpose! But our parents soon found that if you NAME an animal, you can't/won't eat it! So, some person had some very nice rabbit meals when we sold them, but not us!
11/Apr/09 1:17 AM
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