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    My goat wagon

    This is my latest garden project, and this time ready for spring.
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    I have no idea what a goat wagon is but she's a mighty fine looking goat wagon just the same...nicely done
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    I have no idea what a goat wagon is but she's a mighty fine looking goat wagon just the same...nicely done
    It is to haul old goats like some of us here in.
    And that is a mighty fine looking one...

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    Great looking goat wagon. How did you finish it to get the grayish color?
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    Very cool, Eric. Did you happen to get any progress pics? I'd love to see how it went together.
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    Paul the stain I used was a semi- transparent acrylic called “great lakes”. I love the color but certainly don’t care for acrylic stain. I find it dries far too quick for me. Here is a pic of the mix recipe from the store
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    Here are a couple pics I took along the way Vaughn. I made the wheels a while back but will get pics of the next ones.

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    Darn nice! I too love the color. Did you make the wheels also?
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    Looks so good it makes me want to buy a couple of goats!
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    Cute!
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    Thanks for posting the extra pics, Eric. Looks like a fun project.
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