Last edited by Matt Dunlap; 03-31-2008 at 05:07 PM.
I built a few of those several years back. Made a frame behind, with a mirror in it
I'm curious, can you burn a kerosene lanturn inside a house?
Good job Matt!
I like your hat. Reminds me of growing up in the Texas Panhandle. Good memories. What part of New Mexico are you from? Not getting personal but just curious. Manditory answer is not required. I like the life there but not the winter weather.
Until I was about seven or eight we had a windcharger charging twelve volt batteries that we ran our lights on. Not much count but better than nothing. I bring this up because I remember using kerosene lanters for lighting sometimes. I have no idea if it is legal in these days and times but they made light when we needed it and that was what was important. Mostly it seems like that we used some kind of oil lights when we had no electricity. I take so much for granted these days until I think back on the "good old days".
In any case, good to see another member from New Mexico.
Looks good, Matt. That sure ought to work for her.
Last edited by Norman Hitt; 01-15-2007 at 05:42 AM.