W-3 Regular window section Lg 29/30
W-2 Regular window section Med 30/30
W-1 Regular window section Small 28/30
SW-3 Shop window LG 3/3
SW-2 Shop window Med 3/3
SW-1 Shop window Small 3/3
D-3 Door section LG 3/3
D-2 Door section Med 3/3
D-1 Door section Small 3/3
R-3 Rail wall section LG 18/18
R-2 Rail wall section Med 17/18
R-1 Rail wall section Small 14/18
B-3 Base block Lg 2/3
B-2 Base block Med 8/9
B-1 Base block Small 6/6
S-3 Step block Lg 3/3
S-2 Step block Med 9/9
S-1 Step block Small 6/6
M Mast 1/1
FP Flagpole 0/1
C-1 Column block 310/324
C-2 Cap block 35/36
C-3 Column cap 8/12
various flooring and roofing material, some shaped
Sales data for this Thing has been lost.
originally posted in Elsewhere:
comments under that post:
|TellyMonster||wipes away a tear||#1||[-]|
Store holds so many good memories…in fact, some of us still have our names written on the wall. I am sad to see it go, but I am so happy for you and your new adventure. I am so proud of you, and I know you will be great!
|saintsteven||Re: wipes away a tear||#2||[-]|
I wish I could take (most) of the name wall with me.I’ve actually gazed upon it recently, thinking…..
I was supposed to call the ah, nice, landlord today if I wanted to change my mind. I haven’t called so far…..
I’m excited, but a bit uptight, the immediate Money Thing looks bad, but then again, it has looked bad since 1980….
I will be happy to get into my fulltime act. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve spent four hours at the store, four hours at the house per day. That has been frustrating, especially when I locked up my computer tonight (silly me, filled my hard-drive)(again)(it’s a little hard-drive)
we’ll see…..the quality of the REST of my life has taken a quantum leap for the better…it’s too weird, being the only guy left in an Icon….
Originally posted in Elsewhere, transferring it to here.
Formerly gracing the top of the now-defunct Website Gnus forum here, was thee front door:
I’m keeping it here mostly because it’s one of the last things that Nancy and I did “together”. She made the nice raindrop, I stuck stickers and tape all over it….
Originally posted in Elsewhere:
something i did wrong once….
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