[NTLK] Ashes to Ashes 2

Gene Beaird bgbeaird at sbcglobal.net
Tue Mar 8 13:26:28 EST 2016


Good news that you made it out okay.  I am saddened at your loss of the felines.  Luckily, a puppy snuggle can ease that pain some.  I know of a young lady who spent a good deal of time living out of a Westfalia with two large dogs with few issues.  Her sizable weapons collection, though, I think, she had to keep in a friend's gun safe.

My Mom was a weaver.  Sadly, except for a small tapestry loom, I have no others.  I had someone offer to buy my Mom's collection after her passing (about 8 looms in total, a couple of which were antique), but she took the looms home, paying me only a portion of the agreed-to price, and then disappeared.  :-/

The rebuild, albeit probably slow, will be a new adventure in getting exactly what you want and need. 


Gene Beaird,
Pearland, Texas

On Mar 8, 2016, at 11:00 AM, newtontalk-request at newtontalk.net wrote:

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> All humans (4) and dog people (3)are fine. 3 cats perished, 1 survived. All
> the livestock is far from the house.
> I'm living in my 1980 VW Westfalia with my dog. It's actually quite comfy.
> So my needs and wants must remain small. I've been looking to replace the
> 2010 mini.
> My daughter and I are spinners and weavers so lost spinning wheels and
> looms, tools for processing wool. And everything else. Friends here have
> generous hearts and kind support. Will take a long time to clean up the
> debris.
> It's an opportunity to reevaluate. Did I really need all those PEZ
> dispensers?

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