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    I’ve seen a cheap version made of plastic but similar frame construction; this one looks far nicer and a bit more robust. We have a kiddie table that collapses flat that is the bees knees for the 6yr old and her friends, but would love to source out a table like this as she gets a bit bigger. Wife scrounged some old 70’s era card tables from her grandparents that are perfect for the festival scene.

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    Yummy! W2 institution since 1952.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    This has been my last couple of weekends.
    Two thirds of back deck done plus railings of other third. Old broken hot tub coming out of that one this week and new decking going on it.

    Plus front stairs.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    Two thirds of back deck done plus railings of other third. Old broken hot tub coming out of that one this week and new decking going on it.

    Plus front stairs.
    Looks great, I had a multi tiered deck in MO. I vowed never again after scraping, sanding, wash and stain. Took me weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkgt View Post
    Looks great, I had a multi tiered deck in MO. I vowed never again after scraping, sanding, wash and stain. Took me weeks
    It's on it's last legs. But came up pretty good was long overdue.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
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    Looks like where SVS launched the boat

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    oui
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Jersey girls!


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    Why Jersey girls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Why Jersey girls?
    Those are Jerseys, prized for the sweetness of their milk. Lots of those in my town.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    Whoa dude it all folds up that small? Where do i get one

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCMtnHound View Post
    I’ve seen a cheap version made of plastic but similar frame construction; this one looks far nicer and a bit more robust. We have a kiddie table that collapses flat that is the bees knees for the 6yr old and her friends, but would love to source out a table like this as she gets a bit bigger. Wife scrounged some old 70’s era card tables from her grandparents that are perfect for the festival scene.
    I was very skeptical of how sturdy it would be when watching the guy set it up. However, after having a chance to test it out I wouldn’t hesitate to seat 4 adults. It’s not light, weighs just over 28 pounds. Perfect for throwing in the back on a road trip though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Those are Jerseys, prized for the sweetness of their milk. Lots of those in my town.
    Yup! Give that man a prize! If you're into milk Jersey is mighty tasty.


    High in Protein and Fat
    According to North Dakota State University, the fat content of the Jersey cow is nearly 5 percent -- 4.9 percent, to be exact. It's also the highest in protein, at 3.8 percent. The milk fat content of the Holstein, the most common dairy cow, is 3.7 percent, with a 3.2 percent protein level.


    The Jersey is a British breed of small dairy cattle from Jersey, in the Channel Islands. It is one of three Channel Island cattle breeds, the others being the Alderney – now extinct – and the Guernsey. It is highly productive – cows may give over ten times their own weight in milk per lactation; the milk is high in butterfat and has a characteristic yellowish tinge.

    The Jersey adapts well to various climates and environments, and – unlike many breeds originating in temperate climates – it tolerates heat well. It has been exported to many countries of the world; in some of them, including Denmark, France, New Zealand and the United States, it has developed into an independent breed. In Nepal it is used as a draught animal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Yup! Give that man a prize! If you're into milk Jersey is mighty tasty.


    High in Protein and Fat
    According to North Dakota State University, the fat content of the Jersey cow is nearly 5 percent -- 4.9 percent, to be exact. It's also the highest in protein, at 3.8 percent. The milk fat content of the Holstein, the most common dairy cow, is 3.7 percent, with a 3.2 percent protein level.


    The Jersey is a British breed of small dairy cattle from Jersey, in the Channel Islands. It is one of three Channel Island cattle breeds, the others being the Alderney – now extinct – and the Guernsey. It is highly productive – cows may give over ten times their own weight in milk per lactation; the milk is high in butterfat and has a characteristic yellowish tinge.

    The Jersey adapts well to various climates and environments, and – unlike many breeds originating in temperate climates – it tolerates heat well. It has been exported to many countries of the world; in some of them, including Denmark, France, New Zealand and the United States, it has developed into an independent breed. In Nepal it is used as a draught animal.
    Here i thought they were from Gersey, you know like Gepeto

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    Me too, thought we had something good here besides Joisey tomatoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Those are Jerseys, prized for the sweetness of their milk. Lots of those in my town.
    Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Nice

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    Crikey those people are so horrible. I only saw maybe half of two episodes of that show and that was enough. Can't believe people live their lives like that and don't go telling me it was all for show because we know it wasn't. Just thinking about what I saw makes me shake my head.
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    come meet Gepeto, he’ll set ya joisey right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    well, this thing is fucking awesome

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    dang I had one that I just gave away to the church store. I should have saved it for SVS.
    it's cool and the engineering of this stuff always interests/ amuses me. ours was an antique but it was heavy and my husband is all about the light weight. Sturdy AF though

    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Crikey those people are so horrible. I only saw maybe half of two episodes of that show and that was enough. Can't believe people live their lives like that and don't go telling me it was all for show because we know it wasn't. Just thinking about what I saw makes me shake my head.
    agree. too much cringing is not good for the back
    skid luxury

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    funny i’m going more towards the less is more life
    i have that exact table set up i’d like to get to svs.
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    So cute! Little fawn butts!


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    gonna go bmills extermination style if this lil meathead sticks around much longer.
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    aloha meathead
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Crikey those people are so horrible. ...Can't believe people live their lives like that... ...what I saw makes me shake my head.
    Ur missin some of the attributes of deez hear fien womenz. Like their augmentation helps them float in water (along with the airspace between their ears) so they never have to learn to swim.

    Calling them cows makes them display their virility.

    Also hurd tell they can poop bacon
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

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