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Project by GeorgeInNWFla posted 312 days ago 1645 views 6 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Purpleheart and some kind of wood I got from a pallet make up this beer caddy. It also had brass nails accenting the slats along the side

-- Leave out the fiction. The fact is this friction will only be worn by persistence. Leave out conditions. Courageous convictions will drag the dream into existence.





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HillbillyShooter

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#1 posted 312 days ago

Great looking and very nicely made! Enjoy every sip of that beer while you still can! I love beer, but with age I’ve developed an allergy to hops—Mother Nature can be most cruel. Just saying—enjoy!

-- John C. -- "Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth." George Washington

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GeorgeInNWFla

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#2 posted 312 days ago

Thanks! I do enjoy an occasional cold one, however, this went to a friend of mine who is kind of a beer connosieur. I figured it was the perfect gift for him. I know about mother nature. She did the same thing to me with pork.

-- Leave out the fiction. The fact is this friction will only be worn by persistence. Leave out conditions. Courageous convictions will drag the dream into existence.

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Richard

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#3 posted 312 days ago

I like it, I been building a couple of these too for birthdays of friends. It sure beats going out to the mall and trying to find something for their birthdays. I usually dress mine up by filling the caddy with the person’s favorite beverage and snacks. I like your use of purple heart and the brass.

Is that your workbench which the caddy rests on, it looks sturdy, I have an infoor workbench, but I oftern use my outdoor one when i want the outdoors scenery.

-- Richard Boise, Idaho

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GeorgeInNWFla

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#4 posted 312 days ago

Yessir, that’s my workbench :) It’s made from heart-pine beams that came from our old house which was destroyed in hurricane Ivan. The beams were originally from a barn that was built in the early 1900’s. I thought I had some pics of it, but can’t seem to find them ATM. I’ll try to remember to take some current ones and post them.

-- Leave out the fiction. The fact is this friction will only be worn by persistence. Leave out conditions. Courageous convictions will drag the dream into existence.

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Mike

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#5 posted 311 days ago

very nice! The bass nails set it off! Well done

-- A person of integrity never speaks of it...he walks in it...

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GeorgeInNWFla

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#6 posted 310 days ago

Richard – I just posted a new pic of my workbench in my WORKSHOP page :)

-- Leave out the fiction. The fact is this friction will only be worn by persistence. Leave out conditions. Courageous convictions will drag the dream into existence.

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Fishinbo

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#7 posted 308 days ago

Very pretty beer tote! Great design and attractive wood combo, bet your friend loves it. Great job!

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