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Very Dairy
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Pulled it out of the weeds at my new place ...
It's big!
Some bits and pieces were left behind ...



Closeup of the "joints":



I'm guessing it's a tent frame, or maybe an antenna.

Anyone know for sure???
 

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Hey.

It's a walking pipe...big cousin to the walking stick;-)

RF
 

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I think it's part of an old t.v. antenna. :shrug:
 

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I once had a fabric covered Greenhouse that had a frame very much like that one. My guess is some type of fabric covered building frame.

Bob
 

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remnants of the MIR space station?
 

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The "joints" are made from the hinge of the old style dairy cow stanchions. They were cut from the stanchion frames and welded to the pipes.
I'm a'thinkin' it's a failed prototype of a foldable/portable pig farrowing hut :1pig: My suspicion is that Porky made off with the classic blue tarp portion of said structure :p , LOL.
 

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Tricky Grama said:
OMG! It's whats left of Oggie's tin foil hat!!

So, that's where is landed!

A word to the wise: Never use a mix acetone, gasoline and a burst from the oxygen tank on a welder to light your charcoal grill.


Now that you have the pipe work, you could get a large, heavy-mil plastic tarp and put is over the pipes spread out like a teepee. Instant greenhouse that could be removed from the plants when the weather warms up.
 
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