• Blount County Antique Store robbed; fourth in a row

    Broken Arrow Antiques in now the fourth shop to be broken into this week. Here's a closer look at the store and what it's doing to stop this.

    published: 20 Nov 2017
  • Minder - Series 2 Episide 3 - You Lose Some, You Win Some

    published: 06 Jan 2013
  • Broken Arrow Boutique: Mobile Vintage Store

    The trend of mobile stores is sprouting in Tucson. Broken Arrow Boutique is a vintage store run out of a truck. Whether it is parked on Fourth Avenue or in a local neighborhood, this mobile store is sure to generate curiosity. by: Shannon Kurlander

    published: 10 Mar 2014
  • Green Country People & Places 309

    Broken Arrow History Museum, Antique Restoration, Stable-ridge Vineyards

    published: 22 Jan 2016
  • Discover Oklahoma Episode #1071

    This week, discover the art and joy of a pow-wow, enjoy the extraordinary one of a kind menu at Soda Steve’s in Gore; explore the wonders & origins of the oil business at the Conoco Museum in Ponca City; take in a great book and amazing food at McHuston Booksellers & Irish Bistro in Broken Arrow and collectibles and antiques you’ll want to see in Duncan..Don't miss Discover Oklahoma every Saturday night on KFOR in OKC, KTUL in Tulsa and KSWO in Lawton at 6:30pm.

    published: 27 Sep 2016
  • Arrow-Fix PT Power-Taper

    There are tapers on the market where you can prepare a wood arrow for a nock or point but there are only a few that can be used with a drilling machine. The idea behind the Power Taper Set from Arrow-Fix is offering a high quality and valuable tool which is intended for a professional application and is affordable also. The Power Taper should also be successful as the Arrow-Fix which has in the meantime become successful world wide on every continent with enormous satisfaction. That means that you should have the choice, only the options to purchase that you really need without being required to pay for the other unnecessary options. In response to that, you should have the possibility to acquire ready available components such as attachments to extend its capabilities. This is taken i...

    published: 30 Nov 2012
  • The Carbonaro Effect - Car Wash Attendant Goes Too Far

    Michael teaches some anxious drivers about a little-known special feature that comes "standard" with most automobiles. The Carbonaro Effect premieres Wednesday, July 29 at 10/9 on truTV. New episodes Wednesdays at 10/9c on truTV Subscribe to truTV on YouTube: http://full.sc/1s9KQGe Watch Full Episodes for Free: http://full.sc/11eAcFr Michael Carbonaro is a magician by trade, but a prankster by heart. In THE CARBONARO EFFECT, Michael performs baffling tricks on unsuspecting people in everyday situations, all caught on hidden camera. Everyone is left stunned and delighted, even though they have no idea what just hit them. Like The Carbonaro Effect on Facebook: http://full.sc/1w3w71Z truTV Official Site: http://www.trutv.com/ Like truTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truTV Foll...

    published: 16 May 2014
  • Antique Typewriter Repair - Carriage Strap (aka Drawband) Replacement

    Carriage Straps (also known as Drawbands) are an extremely common cause of antique typewriter failure. You'll know you have the problem when your carriage won't advance on it's own while typing. The carriage / platen will also slide without resistance when pushed left. These straps were originally made of materials like fabric and sometimes animal intestines, and they inevitably fail. And finding someone to fix it can be challenging. I made this video because I found nothing useful on the internet on how to fix the problem, nor were there any YouTube videos at the time. Fix it yourself with this easy to follow video! If you want to get the repair material I used, choose the 60 Pound test fishing line on Amazon, Wal-Mart, Fishing Store, etc. To lubricate, I use Hoppe's gun oil -...

    published: 07 Feb 2015
  • Arrow in Hand

    I had no idea the arrow I put on the bow was broken. One half ended up lodged under my knuckle. I was in hospital for three days.

    published: 27 Aug 2011
  • Wrong way to hunt arrow heads, Indian relics found on Rhode Island,

    7_27_2016, The wrong way to hunt arrow heads. Indian relics found on Rhode Island, bought these at a flea market, located in Charliestown, RI. Paid $15 for all 7 relics, 1 knife, 6 arrow heads, the vendor indicated, they were purchased at a garage sale on RI, are they real,? Harvey Spooner, Hoarding Mayhem,

    published: 29 Jul 2016
  • Repairing Antique Tools - Swan Beam Drill - Removing the Main Bevel Gear by Old Sneelocks Workshop

    After all the work getting the South Bend 9" up and running again it pays off. I need to make a new chuck shaft for the Swan Beam Drill. Before I start that I need to remove the bevel gear to mic the bore. The bevel gear is pinned in place on shaft but the fit has to be right. While I'm boring out the shaft I find something unexpected. Follow Old Sneelock on Face Book for behind the scenes photos, video, and back stories. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Old-Sneelocks-Workshop/252222441610151

    published: 05 Mar 2015
  • Timber Framing Tools. - A video tutorial on repairing a chisel from Old Sneelocks Workshop

    Joe, owner of Joe's Bucket-O-Rust had a chisel with a smashed handle socket. Through the Old Tools list Joe was able to reach me with a request to repair his chisel. I taped the process, and here it is.

    published: 31 Jul 2011
  • Old Antique Farm Truck for Sale

    This is a Old 1942 Ford. The Current Registration Tag say's "66" The For Sale sign does NOT give a $ amount. But does say OBO. I drive by this Ranch on My Way to work everyday. Starting about two Months ago this old Truck was Parked about a Quarter Mile to The East in This Big Field Near The Main Road. But No Access was avalible. A Few Weeks ago it got Moved to where it is Now. So On This Day I decided to stop and check it out and give it The Ol GoPro Once over. I think it's in fairly Nice shape for being 72 Years old.

    published: 29 May 2014
  • Wanderlust Mobile Shop Tour

    This is Wanderlust, my traveling shop on wheels based in Portland Oregon. We specialize in vintage clothing for men and women and handmade items from around the world. Take a short tour of our small shop! Visit www.wanderlustmobileshop.com for more information on our shop and to see where we'll be next. Music by Portland based Alan Singley (with no fade out because I don't know how to work iMovie!)

    published: 16 Nov 2010
  • Opening Antique Chinese Lock

    Demonstrating the opening of anitque lock with homemade key

    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • SAPFM 111715 Dart Banding

    A Method for Producing Seymour Line-and-Dart Banding, with Frank Vucolo. Sometimes referred to as arrow, or line-and-arrow banding, this embellishment was featured on furniture of the Federal Period. It is prevalently found in the work of John and Thomas Seymour of Boston, but was employed by other furniture makers as well. It boggles the mind to imagine how 18th-century craftsmen fashioned this banding repeatedly, accurately, and in volume, with the tools and materials of the time. Frank shows you how to use 21st-century woodworking shop tools to achieve the same results. Read the hardcopy companion article to this video in 2105's American Period Furniture, or online in the SAPFM member's area: http://www.sapfm.org/articles

    published: 17 Nov 2015
  • Fave Finds (haul) July & Aug 2016 - Akram's Ideas Ep. 19

    A review of my latest Fave (vintage) finds (haul) for July 2016 This month I was inspired by Bianca of Vintage on Tap and bought my own vintage sewing machine. Here's the link to her video on restoring a vintage sewing machine ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTZHauypC0U) Links to vintage events and shops mentioned in the video: River City Trading Post Jenks, OK (https://www.facebook.com/River-City-Trading-Post-128001817212558/?fref=ts) Pink Lily Jenks, OK (https://www.facebook.com/pinklilyok/?ref=br_rs) My Papa's Barn Antiques Broken Arrow , OK (https://www.facebook.com/My-Papas-Barn-337528056290011/info/?entry_point=page_nav_about_item&tab=overview) ======================================================== Follow Akram's Ideas on these networks: Blog: http://www.akramsideas.c...

    published: 09 Sep 2016
  • Repair those loose dining chairs yourself and save money. Do you know what to do?

    Paul will show how you can quickly repair those loose, uncomfortable dining chairs. It's a lot easier then you might think. Learn what to do and save yourself money. Great for DIY. If you don't do it yourself, you'll know what to expect from the one who does. Purchase corner blocks or glue dispenser on line (IF NEEDED) at http://www.rockler.com. To see some of the work we have done visit http://urbancastlesolutions.com. Thanks for reading. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UCSolutions

    published: 23 Feb 2013
  • Almost FREE!!! Tools & Antiques!!

    You too can find vintage treasures at recycling & scrap yards at garage sale prices or much less. Here are mine that I'm going to knock the rust off of and this was all for only $50! This hobby is not just that but also a fun, purposeful investment strategy that saves me from paying full price on future purchases that are often inferior quality. After restoration, these vintage DIY finds will be put to their use or can be Sold (depending on income or needs). Also these vintage tools, kitchenware or decor items can be utilized for gifting or bartering purposes....all an income producing or preserving investment strategy! I'm about 3 years away from retiring from the "9 to 5" rat race before homesteading full time. Theses old tools, kitchenware items hold their monetary value very well...

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • 3/22/2017 Ohio Arrowhead Hunting UNIQUE Double Notched Knife Archaeology

    Out for 4-5 hours looking around. Not one of my best days, but I still managed to find some items. The find of the day is the "Double Notched Blade/Tool" ----a unique piece for sure. 2 bad most of the items were broken.....but still some cool stuff. Hope you enjoy. I will get on another video on the next hunt....hopefully I can get some nice points. I was in West Virginia & Ohio today, visited several places to look.

    published: 22 Mar 2017
  • Broken Arrow Christmas Interior Decor Commercial Decorating

    http://www.christmaslightinstaller.com Tulsa Broken Arrow Jenks Bixby Interior Decorating and Exterior Decorating. We have Dedicated Interior Crews as well. Trust Christmas Decorating us.

    published: 23 Sep 2010
  • Lost Girls Vintage at the Grand Rapids Antiques Market

    Lost Girls Vintage at the Grand Rapids Antiques Market

    published: 06 Jan 2014
  • A Guide to Collecting 19th Century Chairs : Types of 19th Century Chairs: Late Sheraton Hitchcock

    Late Sheraton Hitchcock chairs; learn about style, features and more in this free video on 19th century chair collecting and antique appraisal. Expert: Sue Shea Contact: www.SheaAntique.com Bio: Sue Shea has been dealing in antiques since 1979, and has her own shop, Shea Antiques, located in Shelburne Falls, MA. Her passion is early American 18th & 19th century antique country furnishings. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

    published: 27 Dec 2007
  • Neil Young - Ordinary People Part 1

    In a dusty town a clock struck high noon, Two men stood face to face. One wore black and one wore white, But of fear there wasn't a trace. Two hundred years later two hot rods drag race through the very same place, And a half a million people, moved in to pick up the pace. A factory full of people, Makin' parts to go to outer space. A train load of people, They were aimin' for another place. Out of town people. There's a man in the window with a big cigar, Says everything's for sale. The house and the boat and the railroad car. The owner's gotta go to jail. He acquired these things from a life of crime, Now he's selling them to raise his bail. He was rippin' off the people. Sellin' guns to the underground. Tryin' to help the people, Lose their ass for a piece...

    published: 14 Jun 2009
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Blount County Antique Store robbed; fourth in a row

Blount County Antique Store robbed; fourth in a row

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  • Updated: 20 Nov 2017
  • views: 20
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Broken Arrow Antiques in now the fourth shop to be broken into this week. Here's a closer look at the store and what it's doing to stop this.
https://wn.com/Blount_County_Antique_Store_Robbed_Fourth_In_A_Row
Minder - Series 2 Episide 3 - You Lose Some, You Win Some

Minder - Series 2 Episide 3 - You Lose Some, You Win Some

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2013
  • views: 168547
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https://wn.com/Minder_Series_2_Episide_3_You_Lose_Some,_You_Win_Some
Broken Arrow Boutique: Mobile Vintage Store

Broken Arrow Boutique: Mobile Vintage Store

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  • Updated: 10 Mar 2014
  • views: 241
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The trend of mobile stores is sprouting in Tucson. Broken Arrow Boutique is a vintage store run out of a truck. Whether it is parked on Fourth Avenue or in a local neighborhood, this mobile store is sure to generate curiosity. by: Shannon Kurlander
https://wn.com/Broken_Arrow_Boutique_Mobile_Vintage_Store
Green Country People & Places 309

Green Country People & Places 309

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  • Duration: 26:45
  • Updated: 22 Jan 2016
  • views: 79
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Broken Arrow History Museum, Antique Restoration, Stable-ridge Vineyards
https://wn.com/Green_Country_People_Places_309
Discover Oklahoma Episode #1071

Discover Oklahoma Episode #1071

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  • Duration: 23:45
  • Updated: 27 Sep 2016
  • views: 440
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This week, discover the art and joy of a pow-wow, enjoy the extraordinary one of a kind menu at Soda Steve’s in Gore; explore the wonders & origins of the oil business at the Conoco Museum in Ponca City; take in a great book and amazing food at McHuston Booksellers & Irish Bistro in Broken Arrow and collectibles and antiques you’ll want to see in Duncan..Don't miss Discover Oklahoma every Saturday night on KFOR in OKC, KTUL in Tulsa and KSWO in Lawton at 6:30pm.
https://wn.com/Discover_Oklahoma_Episode_1071
Arrow-Fix PT Power-Taper

Arrow-Fix PT Power-Taper

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  • Duration: 1:46
  • Updated: 30 Nov 2012
  • views: 4021
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There are tapers on the market where you can prepare a wood arrow for a nock or point but there are only a few that can be used with a drilling machine. The idea behind the Power Taper Set from Arrow-Fix is offering a high quality and valuable tool which is intended for a professional application and is affordable also. The Power Taper should also be successful as the Arrow-Fix which has in the meantime become successful world wide on every continent with enormous satisfaction. That means that you should have the choice, only the options to purchase that you really need without being required to pay for the other unnecessary options. In response to that, you should have the possibility to acquire ready available components such as attachments to extend its capabilities. This is taken into consideration with the the Taper tool. The sharpening blades of the Arrow-Fix are 100% useable with the Power Taper. The new centering socket of the Arrow-Fix tool is also interchangeable with the Power Taper, that saves cost. The previous centering socket of the Arrow-Fix tool can be attached to the Power Taper through a minor modification. If you wish, we will without cost make the modification which does not include the shipping costs. If you already have an Arrow-Fix tool, you can buy the Power Taper without a centering socket and use the centering sleeve of the Arrow-Fix tool. The two functions of the sharpener have been separated onto two tools in order to maintain a size that is easily handled. This will assure safety so that the Taper Tool for nocks is independent from the Taper Tool for points without requiring the breakdown and rebuilding of the professional operation. Exactly as we have allowed and committed too, you can select from many variations: Power Taper for the nock without a centering socket for application when one is already available Power Taper for the point without a centering socket for application when one is already available Power Taper for the nock / point with one or more stainless steel centering sockets Power Taper for nock and point in a set with one or more stainless steel centering sockets The centering socket for the Power Taper will be exclusively offered out of stainless steel, at the request that the machine insert and various grades of hardwood would be able to correctly done. The centering socket made out of Aluminum leaves behind black marks on the wood shaft. The reason is the percentage of lead in the Aluminum composite of the part. The lead serves as a lubricant from the machining of the Aluminum and with the rubbing stress with the wood, dark tracks are left. This can be removed easily with steel wool, respectively emery cloth. You will be spared this problem by using the stainless steel centering socket because it does not have lead and therefore leaves no marks. With the application of the Power Taper lets you fabricate in fractions of seconds the cone for the point or nock. The proven quality of the blades and there fantastic cutting abilities guarantees a long durability also with hardwoods or Bamboo. www.Arrow-Fix.com
https://wn.com/Arrow_Fix_Pt_Power_Taper
The Carbonaro Effect - Car Wash Attendant Goes Too Far

The Carbonaro Effect - Car Wash Attendant Goes Too Far

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  • Duration: 3:24
  • Updated: 16 May 2014
  • views: 1432758
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Michael teaches some anxious drivers about a little-known special feature that comes "standard" with most automobiles. The Carbonaro Effect premieres Wednesday, July 29 at 10/9 on truTV. New episodes Wednesdays at 10/9c on truTV Subscribe to truTV on YouTube: http://full.sc/1s9KQGe Watch Full Episodes for Free: http://full.sc/11eAcFr Michael Carbonaro is a magician by trade, but a prankster by heart. In THE CARBONARO EFFECT, Michael performs baffling tricks on unsuspecting people in everyday situations, all caught on hidden camera. Everyone is left stunned and delighted, even though they have no idea what just hit them. Like The Carbonaro Effect on Facebook: http://full.sc/1w3w71Z truTV Official Site: http://www.trutv.com/ Like truTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truTV Follow truTV on Twitter: https://twitter.com/truTV Follow truTV on Tumblr: http://trutv.tumblr.com/ Way more truTV! Watch clips, sneak peeks and exclusives from original shows like Comedy Knockout, Those Who Can't and more – plus fresh video from hit shows like Impractical Jokers and The Carbonaro Effect. The Carbonaro Effect - Car Wash Attendant Goes Too Far
https://wn.com/The_Carbonaro_Effect_Car_Wash_Attendant_Goes_Too_Far
Antique Typewriter Repair - Carriage Strap (aka Drawband) Replacement

Antique Typewriter Repair - Carriage Strap (aka Drawband) Replacement

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  • Duration: 11:58
  • Updated: 07 Feb 2015
  • views: 13510
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Carriage Straps (also known as Drawbands) are an extremely common cause of antique typewriter failure. You'll know you have the problem when your carriage won't advance on it's own while typing. The carriage / platen will also slide without resistance when pushed left. These straps were originally made of materials like fabric and sometimes animal intestines, and they inevitably fail. And finding someone to fix it can be challenging. I made this video because I found nothing useful on the internet on how to fix the problem, nor were there any YouTube videos at the time. Fix it yourself with this easy to follow video! If you want to get the repair material I used, choose the 60 Pound test fishing line on Amazon, Wal-Mart, Fishing Store, etc. To lubricate, I use Hoppe's gun oil - it won't gum up over time. I like the extension tip to reach needed areas. While I used the original anchor to attached the replacement strap, it could have been directly tied to the main spring wheel as well. As in the video, just use a small dab of superglue to fix the tied knots so they do not unravel later. While this demonstrates the repair on a Woodstock Model 5N (from the early 1930's), the concepts apply to all other brands as well. Good luck with your repair!!! If you succeed, please comment to let me know :)
https://wn.com/Antique_Typewriter_Repair_Carriage_Strap_(Aka_Drawband)_Replacement
Arrow in Hand

Arrow in Hand

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  • Duration: 1:02
  • Updated: 27 Aug 2011
  • views: 8657
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I had no idea the arrow I put on the bow was broken. One half ended up lodged under my knuckle. I was in hospital for three days.
https://wn.com/Arrow_In_Hand
Wrong way to hunt arrow heads, Indian relics found on Rhode Island,

Wrong way to hunt arrow heads, Indian relics found on Rhode Island,

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  • Duration: 7:24
  • Updated: 29 Jul 2016
  • views: 769
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7_27_2016, The wrong way to hunt arrow heads. Indian relics found on Rhode Island, bought these at a flea market, located in Charliestown, RI. Paid $15 for all 7 relics, 1 knife, 6 arrow heads, the vendor indicated, they were purchased at a garage sale on RI, are they real,? Harvey Spooner, Hoarding Mayhem,
https://wn.com/Wrong_Way_To_Hunt_Arrow_Heads,_Indian_Relics_Found_On_Rhode_Island,
Repairing Antique Tools - Swan Beam Drill - Removing the Main Bevel Gear   by Old Sneelocks Workshop

Repairing Antique Tools - Swan Beam Drill - Removing the Main Bevel Gear by Old Sneelocks Workshop

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  • Duration: 29:01
  • Updated: 05 Mar 2015
  • views: 6811
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After all the work getting the South Bend 9" up and running again it pays off. I need to make a new chuck shaft for the Swan Beam Drill. Before I start that I need to remove the bevel gear to mic the bore. The bevel gear is pinned in place on shaft but the fit has to be right. While I'm boring out the shaft I find something unexpected. Follow Old Sneelock on Face Book for behind the scenes photos, video, and back stories. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Old-Sneelocks-Workshop/252222441610151
https://wn.com/Repairing_Antique_Tools_Swan_Beam_Drill_Removing_The_Main_Bevel_Gear_By_Old_Sneelocks_Workshop
Timber Framing Tools. - A video tutorial on repairing a chisel from Old Sneelocks Workshop

Timber Framing Tools. - A video tutorial on repairing a chisel from Old Sneelocks Workshop

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  • Duration: 7:07
  • Updated: 31 Jul 2011
  • views: 39869
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Joe, owner of Joe's Bucket-O-Rust had a chisel with a smashed handle socket. Through the Old Tools list Joe was able to reach me with a request to repair his chisel. I taped the process, and here it is.
https://wn.com/Timber_Framing_Tools._A_Video_Tutorial_On_Repairing_A_Chisel_From_Old_Sneelocks_Workshop
Old Antique Farm Truck for Sale

Old Antique Farm Truck for Sale

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  • Duration: 2:50
  • Updated: 29 May 2014
  • views: 2924
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This is a Old 1942 Ford. The Current Registration Tag say's "66" The For Sale sign does NOT give a $ amount. But does say OBO. I drive by this Ranch on My Way to work everyday. Starting about two Months ago this old Truck was Parked about a Quarter Mile to The East in This Big Field Near The Main Road. But No Access was avalible. A Few Weeks ago it got Moved to where it is Now. So On This Day I decided to stop and check it out and give it The Ol GoPro Once over. I think it's in fairly Nice shape for being 72 Years old.
https://wn.com/Old_Antique_Farm_Truck_For_Sale
Wanderlust Mobile Shop Tour

Wanderlust Mobile Shop Tour

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  • Duration: 2:43
  • Updated: 16 Nov 2010
  • views: 2193
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This is Wanderlust, my traveling shop on wheels based in Portland Oregon. We specialize in vintage clothing for men and women and handmade items from around the world. Take a short tour of our small shop! Visit www.wanderlustmobileshop.com for more information on our shop and to see where we'll be next. Music by Portland based Alan Singley (with no fade out because I don't know how to work iMovie!)
https://wn.com/Wanderlust_Mobile_Shop_Tour
Opening Antique Chinese Lock

Opening Antique Chinese Lock

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  • Duration: 2:20
  • Updated: 25 Mar 2013
  • views: 10231
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Demonstrating the opening of anitque lock with homemade key
https://wn.com/Opening_Antique_Chinese_Lock
SAPFM 111715 Dart Banding

SAPFM 111715 Dart Banding

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  • Duration: 18:15
  • Updated: 17 Nov 2015
  • views: 1806
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A Method for Producing Seymour Line-and-Dart Banding, with Frank Vucolo. Sometimes referred to as arrow, or line-and-arrow banding, this embellishment was featured on furniture of the Federal Period. It is prevalently found in the work of John and Thomas Seymour of Boston, but was employed by other furniture makers as well. It boggles the mind to imagine how 18th-century craftsmen fashioned this banding repeatedly, accurately, and in volume, with the tools and materials of the time. Frank shows you how to use 21st-century woodworking shop tools to achieve the same results. Read the hardcopy companion article to this video in 2105's American Period Furniture, or online in the SAPFM member's area: http://www.sapfm.org/articles
https://wn.com/Sapfm_111715_Dart_Banding
Fave Finds (haul) July & Aug 2016 - Akram's Ideas Ep. 19

Fave Finds (haul) July & Aug 2016 - Akram's Ideas Ep. 19

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  • Duration: 13:46
  • Updated: 09 Sep 2016
  • views: 96
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A review of my latest Fave (vintage) finds (haul) for July 2016 This month I was inspired by Bianca of Vintage on Tap and bought my own vintage sewing machine. Here's the link to her video on restoring a vintage sewing machine ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTZHauypC0U) Links to vintage events and shops mentioned in the video: River City Trading Post Jenks, OK (https://www.facebook.com/River-City-Trading-Post-128001817212558/?fref=ts) Pink Lily Jenks, OK (https://www.facebook.com/pinklilyok/?ref=br_rs) My Papa's Barn Antiques Broken Arrow , OK (https://www.facebook.com/My-Papas-Barn-337528056290011/info/?entry_point=page_nav_about_item&tab=overview) ======================================================== Follow Akram's Ideas on these networks: Blog: http://www.akramsideas.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/akramsideas Twitter: https://twitter.com/akramsideas Google + : https://plus.google.com/+Akramsideas Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/akramsideas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/akramsideas
https://wn.com/Fave_Finds_(Haul)_July_Aug_2016_Akram's_Ideas_Ep._19
Repair those loose dining chairs yourself and save money. Do you know what to do?

Repair those loose dining chairs yourself and save money. Do you know what to do?

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  • Duration: 10:38
  • Updated: 23 Feb 2013
  • views: 216212
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Paul will show how you can quickly repair those loose, uncomfortable dining chairs. It's a lot easier then you might think. Learn what to do and save yourself money. Great for DIY. If you don't do it yourself, you'll know what to expect from the one who does. Purchase corner blocks or glue dispenser on line (IF NEEDED) at http://www.rockler.com. To see some of the work we have done visit http://urbancastlesolutions.com. Thanks for reading. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UCSolutions
https://wn.com/Repair_Those_Loose_Dining_Chairs_Yourself_And_Save_Money._Do_You_Know_What_To_Do
Almost FREE!!! Tools & Antiques!!

Almost FREE!!! Tools & Antiques!!

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2016
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You too can find vintage treasures at recycling & scrap yards at garage sale prices or much less. Here are mine that I'm going to knock the rust off of and this was all for only $50! This hobby is not just that but also a fun, purposeful investment strategy that saves me from paying full price on future purchases that are often inferior quality. After restoration, these vintage DIY finds will be put to their use or can be Sold (depending on income or needs). Also these vintage tools, kitchenware or decor items can be utilized for gifting or bartering purposes....all an income producing or preserving investment strategy! I'm about 3 years away from retiring from the "9 to 5" rat race before homesteading full time. Theses old tools, kitchenware items hold their monetary value very well over time and often increase. Just go to an antique store or eBay to see! Not to hoard, but owning several of a tool is not too far fetch when homesteading. It's insurance and makes good sense when you use these tools just to live. These are also tangible items and can't be removed by a glitch on a computer or by a online failure. Happy hunting, don't be a hoarder and stay humble folks. Good luck! About my channel: Homesteading begins somewhere. For me, that place is here learning from other's YouTube videos, in books, and on my newly acquired property in the Pacific Northwest. My endeavors I hope inspire you to live more efficiently for our future's sake. Since 2012, I've been vigorously planning, acquiring tools, identifying DIY projects and knowledge, honing daily habits towards a more minimalist approach, while transitioning to a more self-reliant lifestyle free of mortgages, debt, utility bills, potential job lay-offs, dependency on broken systems and services, removal from mass addiction to instant gratification and self-entitlement, high taxes, excess consumerism behavior, while trying to embrace relationships more with neighbors, family/friends, one's self, and the great wilderness around me. My goal is to find contentment with labor, get healthier in the process, and pursue a more meaningful and happier independent lifestyle. For those who are seriously interested, this channel is a forum for learning better, alternative ways of doing things old and new that we can all apply that have been forgotten about or sadly ignored by the masses of our society. Channels and videos of this genre will hopefully continue to wake the masses up from their deep slumbers of complacency. Here I am documenting the beginning of my own self-sufficient lifestyle change, the construction progress on my homestead property, self-sustaining systems, gardening, DIY projects and woodland management. I hope you enjoy. Please consider and safeguard your own prosperity, contentment and independence that will follow you the rest of your lifetime by taking steps towards a self-reliant living. Making any significant or complete drift towards self-sufficiency is certain to increase you/your family's survivability of abrupt changes to economic downturns, income loss, natural or weather disasters, or spikes in the costs or cuts in local and federal services, loss of healthcare or goods that can otherwise be provided by ourselves when armed with the right knowledge, resources and determination... with a few exceptions. To remove our dependency on excess consumption of goods, services and food, is a re-shift of focus on life's truly important things: Necessities; Bettering ourselves, relationships of family and friends, having more time for all of these things, learning useful skills, improving our health, not being in-debt to others, conservation and preservation of our very own piece of land and purposed resources or tools, owning and living in a long-term efficient shelter, constant sustenance, water, electricity, sanitation disposal, and time for improving upon all these things. I wish the very best for all of you here and hope you make the steps towards living a richer, happier life of independence than from the inefficient, take-for-granted, cookie-cutter lifestyle most live today. If you just follow the channel for entertainment purposes or don't end up going fully off grid, that's perfectly ok too, I am human and not perfect so Ill apologize in advance if I say or write the wrong thing or don't reply to the comments often. Hope this channel helps some people!
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3/22/2017 Ohio Arrowhead Hunting UNIQUE Double Notched Knife Archaeology

3/22/2017 Ohio Arrowhead Hunting UNIQUE Double Notched Knife Archaeology

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Out for 4-5 hours looking around. Not one of my best days, but I still managed to find some items. The find of the day is the "Double Notched Blade/Tool" ----a unique piece for sure. 2 bad most of the items were broken.....but still some cool stuff. Hope you enjoy. I will get on another video on the next hunt....hopefully I can get some nice points. I was in West Virginia & Ohio today, visited several places to look.
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Broken Arrow Christmas Interior Decor Commercial Decorating

Broken Arrow Christmas Interior Decor Commercial Decorating

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http://www.christmaslightinstaller.com Tulsa Broken Arrow Jenks Bixby Interior Decorating and Exterior Decorating. We have Dedicated Interior Crews as well. Trust Christmas Decorating us.
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Lost Girls Vintage at the Grand Rapids Antiques Market

Lost Girls Vintage at the Grand Rapids Antiques Market

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2014
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A Guide to Collecting 19th Century Chairs : Types of 19th Century Chairs: Late Sheraton Hitchcock

A Guide to Collecting 19th Century Chairs : Types of 19th Century Chairs: Late Sheraton Hitchcock

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Late Sheraton Hitchcock chairs; learn about style, features and more in this free video on 19th century chair collecting and antique appraisal. Expert: Sue Shea Contact: www.SheaAntique.com Bio: Sue Shea has been dealing in antiques since 1979, and has her own shop, Shea Antiques, located in Shelburne Falls, MA. Her passion is early American 18th & 19th century antique country furnishings. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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Neil Young - Ordinary People Part 1

Neil Young - Ordinary People Part 1

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In a dusty town a clock struck high noon, Two men stood face to face. One wore black and one wore white, But of fear there wasn't a trace. Two hundred years later two hot rods drag race through the very same place, And a half a million people, moved in to pick up the pace. A factory full of people, Makin' parts to go to outer space. A train load of people, They were aimin' for another place. Out of town people. There's a man in the window with a big cigar, Says everything's for sale. The house and the boat and the railroad car. The owner's gotta go to jail. He acquired these things from a life of crime, Now he's selling them to raise his bail. He was rippin' off the people. Sellin' guns to the underground. Tryin' to help the people, Lose their ass for a piece of ground. Rippin' off the people. Skimmin' the top when there was no one around. Tryin' to help the people. He was dealing antiques in a hardware store, But he sure had a lot to hide. He had a backroom full of the guns of war, And a ton of ammunition besides. Well, he walked with a cane, Kept a bolt on the door with five pit bulls inside. Just a warning to the people, Who might try to break in at night. Protection from the people, Selling safety in the darkest night. Tryin' to help the people. Get the drugs to the street all right. Ordinary people. Well, it's hard to say where a man goes wrong, Might be here and it might be there. What starts out weak might get too strong, If you can't tell foul from fair. But it's hard to judge from an angry throng, Of hands stretched into the air. The vigilante people. Takin' law into their own hands. Conscientious people. Crackin' down on the druglord's land. Government people. Confiscatin' all the dealer's land. Patch-of-ground people. Down at the factory, they're puttin' new windows in. The vandals made a mess of things, And the homeless just walked right in. Well, they worked here once, and they live here now, But they might work here again, They're ordinary people. And they're livin' in a nightmare. Hard workin' people. And they don't know how they got there. Ordinary people. And they think that you don't care. Hard workin' people. Down on the assembly line, they keep puttin' the same thing out. But the people today, they just ain't buyin'. Nobody can figure it out. Well, they try like hell to build a quality end, They're workin' hard without a doubt, They're ordinary people. And the dollar's what it's all about. Hard workin' people. But the customers are walkin' out. Lee Iacocca people. Yeah, they look but they just don't buy. Hard workin' people. Two out of work models and a fashion slave, Try to dance away the Michelob night. The bartender poured himself another drink, While two drunks sat watchin' the fight. The champ went down, then he got up again, And then he went out like a light. He was fightin' for the people, But his timing wasn't right. For Las Vegas people, Who came to see a Las Vegas fight. High rollin' people, Takin' limos though the neon night. Fightin' for the people. And then a new Rolls Royce and a company car, They went flyin' down the street. Each one tryin' to make it to the gate, Before employees manned the fleet. The trucks full of products for the modern home, Set to roll out into the street, Of downtown people, Tryin' to make their way to work. Nose-to-the-stone people, Some are saints, and some are jerks. Hard workin' people, Stoppin' for a drink on the way to work. Alcoholic people, Yeah, they're takin' it one day, one day at a time. Out on the railroad track, they're cleanin' up number 9. They're scrubbin' the boiler down, well, she really is lookin' fine. Ah, she's lookin' so good, they're gonna bring her back on line. Ordinary people. They're gonna bring the good things back. Nose-to-the stone people. Put the business back on track. Ordinary people, I got faith in the regular kind. Hard workin' people. Patch-of-ground people. I do not own Neil Young music and this is for entertainment purposes.
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