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  • A shade sail is a device to create outdoor shade based on the same technology as a ships' sail.
  • A woven material used to filter sunlight and protect plants.
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........ULD 820M................................................................................................ ........The third of four Beetle 1303S Saloons that I owned between. ........1979 and 2000.......I owned this one between 1988 and 1989..... ........This one started life as a 1973 Campaign Model........................... ........It was called a Big Beetle,and in UK it was available in 3 colours ........Hellas metallic [Light Gold] ........Blue metalllic ........Moss metallic [Olive Green] ........I suspect this car pictured was originally a Moss metallic.............. ........as it had beige vinyl/cloth upholstery........[see in picture]................ ........it was supplied standard with the Rostyle sports steel wheel ........rims, that you see so commonly on VW Karmann Beetle..... ........Convertibles, but these were proper 5? J rims, only supplied ........from the factory on very few models.................................................... ........the glass tilt sun roof is an aftermarket addition............................... ........I bought the car from a gent in Welling, Kent......and for some ........reason, the car had been resprayed in this not unpleasant ........shade of metallic dark forest green..................................................... ........but it is not a Volkswagen shade that I recognise........so, I do not ........think it is a Volkswagen/NSU/Audi/Porsche colour - all of which ........are used amongst those suppliers, back in the 1970's................. ........I paid around ?800 for the car in 1988, and other than routine ........maintenance, all I did was take all five rims, and have them ........sand-blasted back to bare metal and re-sprayed silver grey, ........not forgetting the little black plastic snap-on wheel centre lug ........covers, which so many of these models with sports wheels ........seem to be missing......I also put new reflective number plates ........on, as the old ones were shagged............................................... ........I kept the car for about a year, and then sold it on to a Police ........Officer in Sydenham, SE26............for about ?850........ ........all in all, not bad, not bad at all.................. ........picture taken using Nikon FM2 camera with Nikkor 1.4 lens, and ........picture scanned from a transparency using an Epson Perfection ........V300 Photo................enjoy........................
Shaded Again
Shaded Again
Planned obsolescence infuriates me. One of the greatest examples of this are the large patio umbrellas one can buy at any garden center. They're expensive, typically costing fifty dollars or more (usually a lot more), and they fail after only a couple of seasons of service. When we moved in here, the owners had more than a half dozen large patio umbrellas, and within a couple of years they had all given out in some way. Either the plastic cranking mechanism which raises or lowers them would fail or on some a metal bracket which let the umbrella be tilted broke. I couldn't bring myself to throw out that much good metal and heavy fabric though. We brought this swinging loveseat with us from Austin. It had a metal frame with a cloth cover on the top but the cloth rotted and tore in the monsoon storms and the plastic (plastic again, noting a pattern here) brackets which held the metal frame atop the swing broke, leaving the swing out in the sun. I had plans to somehow make new brackets but instead decided to recycle one of the broken umbrellas for it. Some cutting and repurposing of a broken patio umbrella's ribs, some wire, some drilling and now the umbrella's fabric is stretched across a frame above the swing. It just so happened that two of the pockets of fabric which slipped over the umbrella's ribs were spaced just far enough apart to allow them to fit over the front corners. So far I've just let it hang down in the back, I need to trim it up and properly attach it to complete the job. It seems to fit the bill, the family has started using the swing during the day again, and I found a use for what would have otherwise been a large amount of expensive trash. I've got plans for parts of some of the umbrellas to be a trellis eventually.

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