CS #635 - Keys

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Our shed has two locks, both using the same key, and we have probably 4-5 copies of that key. Somehow, though, we are always misplacing that key and having to dig out one of the copies (even dipping into the "cup of keys" :) ).

So, my wife attached a keychain to one of the keys with a symbol of Saint Anthony, who I guess is the patron saint of lost items...

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Traffic in Atlanta would make me a bit uncomfortable.
My sliding along, on the wheels upright all the way, but on gravel/ice was coming off I-20 in a little east TX town 40 years ago. I do miss those days of riding on old curvy hilly oil well roads, dealing only with occasional dogs and bees.
 
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Our shed has two locks, both using the same key, and we have probably 4-5 copies of that key. Somehow, though, we are always misplacing that key and having to dig out one of the copies (even dipping into the "cup of keys" :) ).

So, my wife attached a keychain to one of the keys with a symbol of Saint Anthony, who I guess is the patron saint of lost items...

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Hah! Not Catholic myself, but I could always use extra help!
 
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Inspired by me showing her Nick's superb piano photo, the boss uncovered an ancient (and unplayable) mandolin that belonged to a distant relative of hers. I call its appendages tuning *pegs* but I've heard others call them tuning *keys*. At least I think so; but if not, a CS always deserves a stretch or three . . .
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Inspired by me showing her Nick's superb piano photo, the boss uncovered an ancient (and unplayable) mandolin that belonged to a distant relative of hers. I call its appendages tuning *pegs* but I've heard others call them tuning *keys*. At least I think so; but if not, a CS always deserves a stretch or three . . .
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Wow! Workmanship is wonderful on the mandolin. Great capture.
 
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My last attempt at the key in the bike image. I just haven’t been happy with the reflections in the tank. If I’m going to have reflections I want them to add to the image, not detract from it. I decided this would be my last go at it.
 
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Inspired by me showing her Nick's superb piano photo, the boss uncovered an ancient (and unplayable) mandolin that belonged to a distant relative of hers. I call its appendages tuning *pegs* but I've heard others call them tuning *keys*. At least I think so; but if not, a CS always deserves a stretch or three . . .
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The woodworking looks very impressive. BTW, all mandolins are unplayable in my hands.
 
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