I’ve collected & spiffed up very old baseball gloves & mitts for about eight years now. (As philthy & frustrating as estate pipes can be, I haven’t yet acquired one that’s too plagued with mold & dry rot to stay in the collection.)
Oh one of the few music pieces I've recorded. Music is a big thing for me and I'd be super sad if I couldn't make it. Oh this was an experiment with making electronic music that I did in 2000 something. Oh you should be able to find the other stuff on youtube, well the few other songs I put up there.
I’m a folk/trad musician i play fiddle, mandolin , penny whistle, button box accordion and now im waiting for my first Tenor Banjo coming in the mail this week .
I love to search for the history behind each songs/tunes and the way they evolve with ages.
I’m currently working on a solo album about traditional fisherman's and sailor songs from France and Ireland.
Restoring Disston hand saws, collecting old oil cans (either with triggers or the pocketa pocketa bottoms) and hanging (fitting handles) to axes. I get perverse joy from taking a nickle or dime piece of scrap and making an old tool useful again.
It's interesting how satisfying collecting old oil cans can be,
Now lubricants come in applicator type bottles or aerosols.
When you're done, the whole enchilada goes into the trash,
Having something you can reuse seems a lot better for the environment.
Also when you've collected a half dozen or more oil cans you no longer have to go to the garage looking.
You can have an oil can in nearly every room in the house!
A well lubricated and squeak free house, I'll add.?