A small happy international community who like to meet and share their day.
innard of a signal lamp
guess what! no
is it a victorian patio heater??????????!!!!!!!! LOL!!!
not a victorian patio heater, but they do need one down there
Some type of speaker.
A lamp to go on the front of an old type train.
ah>>>>>>>>>>a cryptic clue, something to do with victoria (state)...............ummmmmmmmmm....... wine???????????
something to do with mining in victoria??
or a coastal signal lamp?
Not a speaker sue or a lampVictoria was not a clue eithernothing to do with mining or a signal lampwouldn't it be great if you could read the emblem..( I blurred it on purpose)
Old aerial camera for surveys.
Is it a type of cooker/We have good weather here in Victoria. not the same day in day out.And our weather people have to work lol
not a cooker as such Dieter and gary, not a camera Gary
Its a Bowl, lol. or at least thats what i read on it.
signbal flasher, like a lighthouse in the fact that it rotates, and hides the candles or lamp lights. for signalling?
not a bowl and nothing to do with light signels.....think animals
aha! it's for checking the eggs, to see if there are any blood spots or baby chickens. woot!
why is it some wont eat tongue because it comes from an animals mouth but have no problem with eggs
Who ever knows, dieter. I won't eat tongue, but love eggs. Aren't we strange, well ok, aren't I strange.Think animals eh, (that doesn't help really).
it is for eggs but what is it
If it's not for checking them, thenit's for hatching them, in a warm enviroment.
Ah, but how many eggs at a time, would it be placed under the incubater.
incubator for hatching young chics!!!!!!
Sorting eggs by size
sorry!! patty never saw your guess before me!!!ooops
Dat's ok, I will split the prize with you. *wink
is that cheating!!!!never we are to honest arent we patty
"The X Rays Egg Tester", manufactured by The Reeves-Rigling Egg Tester Co., Hamilton, Ohio, Patent number 940,361. Also known as an egg candler, these were used for detecting embryonic development or for separating shell eggs. so I suppose Patty was first...very good
Gee thanks. :)
Post a Comment