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    Default Time Warp

    holey toledo batman Ive just spent 35 minutes in a time warp,
    massive timbers
    no power that I can see...

    Two days at the mill - YouTube
    I would love to grow my own food, but I can not find bacon seeds

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    Priceless!

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    Crickey!
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    Steam Powered Planing Mill - YouTube

    Steam Powered Planing Mill

    how the get by with environmental issues and Id wager WHS would be interesting but this just ticks my boxes.
    I would love to grow my own food, but I can not find bacon seeds

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    Oh&s?

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    Wouldn't you just love to have a day playing with that machine.

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    35 years ago doing an 'illegal' tour of USA having friends who knew people, I was taken up the mountains of Kentucky, it was seriously a time warp then, 1 little settlement (I was told about) still had no electricity and that was the way they wanted it.
    They were not part of any nutter group, just enjoyed the simple life.
    I would love to grow my own food, but I can not find bacon seeds

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    Default Steamfest 12-14 March 2022

    If you are in Melbourne, you are welcome to attend the Steamfest at Melbourne Steam Traction Engine Club, March 12 - 14.
    Scoresby Steamfest

    One of the planed demonstrations is saw milling with steam.

    The museum is also open Saturdays and Sundays 11 - 4, but the engines may not be in operation.

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    Handyjack please no offence to you or your club I would love to see that, but I visited Melbourne 20 years ago....granted it was winter (Vic winter lasts 10 months correct?) but what a miserable time I had.

    will your club be doing any zoom or youtubing etc .
    I would love to grow my own food, but I can not find bacon seeds

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    will your club be doing any zoom or youtubing etc . (Tonyz)

    Not that I am aware of.

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    All that modern steam driven stuff still wont beat old fashioned horse power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyz View Post
    Handyjack please no offence to you or your club I would love to see that, but I visited Melbourne 20 years ago....granted it was winter (Vic winter lasts 10 months correct?) but what a miserable time I had.

    will your club be doing any zoom or youtubing etc .
    Tony, I used to live about 20min from their current site and similar from their previous site as well. I used to attend that weekend quite regularly, but are not really good with temps above about 32C. I probably skipped about twice as many due to high temperatures than I did due to rain/wind/storms etc. That weekend in one of the better weekends for tolerable and predictable weather around Melb.
    I used to be an engineer, I'm not an engineer any more, but on the really good days I can remember when I was.

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