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Old 02-15-2013, 10:45 PM
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Now trying to tread more lightly without making too many waves. Seems like there is a "wolf pack" behind the scenes---have to wait to see who holds the spot of "alpha male?" "Leader of the pack" v rooooooooooommmmm!
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On a different note: I see by some previous threads that the topic of "render recipe's" has been massaged to death...just takes some searching to find answers right beneath my nose!
Answering the same question over and over time after time tends to get tedious and bring the wolf out in me.
Especially when all you have to do is use the search button.
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I see you read a lot of the new posts!
I am happy to see that you understand the situation of new guys!
Thought I was on your s--t list for good! Hope to think that I am not!
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Old 02-16-2013, 09:59 AM
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My oven began because I wanted to build a timbrel vault, so I can relate.
I forget, did you layer your timbrel arch ( like a Guastavino ) or is it a single layer of firebrick? I'll try to find your pics....

Maybe I can get Erik ( Fundi ) over here..he shares the same sickness for arches as we do.
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I see you read a lot of the new posts!
I am happy to see that you understand the situation of new guys!
Thought I was on your s--t list for good! Hope to think that I am not!
I dont have a sheet list, but I do have a wicked sense of humour.
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I think you mean, horror! As in a wicked sense to strike horror in the hearts of the newbies.
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I don't know if Australia has wolves or not, the indigenous kind or others. But Northern Minnesota has--once hunted to near extinction, then placed on an endangered list to rebound, and now sometimes hunted again. They are beautiful animals. The timberwolf. Their head and jaw structure is much stronger than any dog --and their bite can crush through bone.

I have seen them stop while crossing a highway and from a distance they look like a deer. Because of the height--but the shape is different. Their paw is larger than a dog as well and allows them to run on top of slightly crusted snow.
Their usual prey "white-tail deer" hoof breaks through the snow.

Some of these magnificent animals hunt in groups called "packs". Their prey has little chance for survival, all avenues of excape are eliminated--success is almost certain! But this pack needs lots of prey to survive---so they must always be hunting.

Occasionally, there is that odd one. A big old grey that hunts alone or in pairs.
This wolf usually avoids the pack, could be seen as an intruder, but at times can join into the hunt to share in a feast. Then goes off again to hunt alone. This wolf does well when game is sparce.

I wish that I had a link to some video on these beautiful creatures. Our area even built a "Wolf Center" in Ely, Minnesota where the public could view them from behind glass.

Just wanted to point out, there are lots of different wolves around and I seldom do well in groups.

Also, glad that you do not keep lists on sheets!
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Internet search "International Wolf Center- Ely, Minnesota", lots of information and photos! Enjoy
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Heres my wolf having a sing along to ACDC'c Thunderstruck.
Arfa Just loves a good sing along to AC/DC Thunderstruck - YouTube
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LUVIT!
first try-doesn't go-2 short!
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Fabulous work SC. And I hope your wife will be getting healthy again soon. Maybe a fresh baked pie will do her some good. As loosely connected as we all are, know that we all share in each others accomplishments...and pains.

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I let this slip by with no thanks. THANKS!
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