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    Weather Station



    I made this weather station recently. It has a barometer, hygrometer, and a thermometer. I made this one out of Oak. I'm really enjoying the easy weekend projects lately. This one turned out great.


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    Nice looking. I saved the gauges from one I had hanging on the wall. I was always going to mount them is something like you made, ,, someday...
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    Great, yet another project on my must do list, thanks Daris nicely done Hmmm at least now I know what I can make my brothers next year

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    Nicely done
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    That is pretty cool.
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    That looks very nice, Daris. Simple, but very attractive.
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    Thanks guys, yeah it made a great gift


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    That's great Daris. Thanks for showing.

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    Nice.
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    I like it - very cool

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