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Crow whirligigs. If the crow is hauli'n then their is no fish traul'n.

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Project by Bye Bye posted 759 days ago 1475 views 2 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I couldn’t find a pattern for a crow so I made one up. He will fly like crazy when the west Texas wind blows hard. The wing closest to the wind direction always turns faster. By the way. “Why did the crow sit on the telephone line?” Because he wanted to make a long distance “CAW CAW”

Put one on the mail box and the other on the fence.

-- "Bazinga"





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MasterSergeant

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#1 posted 759 days ago

Very cool!

-- Kelly, woodworker under construction

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Juriathe

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#2 posted 759 days ago

LOL..cute ! I’ve been trying to make a Snoopy Sopwith Camel whirly. I only want the prop to spin; so far it’s still not finished because I was trying to make the prop look real. I think your crow is adorable. I’m gonna try that next.

-- I'm so busy I don't know if I found a rope or lost a horse...

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#3 posted 758 days ago

Very nice job. I am trying to build a Flamingo whirligig, may i ask what material you used especially the axle/hub setup. Thanks

-- Pete in NC

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Bye Bye

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#4 posted 757 days ago

I used a large head nail with a washer backing it and drilled a exact match hole. Then used my favorite Gorilla glue. Just remember that Gorilla glue expands so use just a little or you will glue the wings solid on the nail. (Been there done that)

-- "Bazinga"

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