Monday, August 23, 2010


This is a little tour of some of the metal art that Ernie's brother, Arnold has created out on his little farm where the family reunion was held this past weekend.  This is Arnold.
This is the car and wagon he built.  Some of the kids were able to get rides in it.
All of the metal creations you see here were made in Arnold's shop.  This is an Indian village,
complete with buffalo.
Isn't this amazing metal work?
He has a shop with hundreds of items lining the walls
and shelves.
Arnold has made many chairs and benches in a great variety of styles.

This one is occupied by our granddaughter Anna

and this one by grandson, Adam, who is more interested in texting his friends then having his grandma take his picture!
If you are interested in some of the other metal art that Arnie has created, here is a story about his Jesse James Theme Park, which I neglected to take pictures of this weekend.


Lena . . . said...

I didn't notice anybody wearing leather though - what happened to biker style?

Marge said...

Oh, Lena, we didn't wear our leather during the daytime activities! We saved that for the evening meal and entertainment!

Jeanne said...

He is so very talented and he must really enjoy it too!
I'm so far behind on my blog reading/writing - just saw your post about Fiestaware. Your find looks so much like the real thing! I have always wanted to buy some but it is a little too pricey.

Robbin said...

Too cool, I love it!

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