Our neighbor, whom we call Fork Lift Man because he tends to spend most of his time driving back and forth in front of Afton Station on his fork lift hauling various items from one of his properties to another, has a new business. Hey, it's nice to have another commercial enterprise in town. Fork Lift Man is quite the entrepreneur. He has taken the wooden boxes he has accumulated and made them into dog houses, which he's now selling. Here's his display . . . one of the dog houses perched on one of his fork lifts. And apparently he has also accucmulated some pelts, because he's also now in the cowhide and sheepskin business. Nothing fancy. LOL!David and Marly have been working on sanding and painting the stanchion for the new DX sign. Here it is, a work in progress.
And that's the way it was. . . Afton, Oklahoma. . . November 19, 2009/
I've always admired someone who can make something from nothing. Mr. Fork Lift seems to be able to do that.
There's been many times I've seen something and thought, "Why didn't I think of that!"
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