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Rain Hat

Red Stick EggerRed Stick Egger Posts: 53
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
It has been raining a lot here in south Louisiana the past few weeks, and my egg doesn't have any shelter as of yet. That doesn't have to slow me down any longer:

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Well it really didn't slow me down before either, I just thought this looked cool.
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Comments

  • Reverend BSBReverend BSB Posts: 157
    Did you buy that at Goodwood Hardware?
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  • Yep :-)
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  • Tony S.Tony S. Posts: 114
    That is so cute.
    Manitoba, Canada Large BGE
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  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    That does look cool, this looks like like crap ...
    RainCover.jpg
    but it works and it was cheap :laugh:
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  • But that sexy handle more than makes up for it. Did you make that yourself?
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  • Sweet handle!!!!!!!!
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  • GrillerGriller Posts: 88
    That is an epic handle. Not to hijack this thread (rain hat) please share details.
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  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    I made it with a couple of pieces of scrap Birch plywood glued together and carved with a Dremel Moto tool to kind of fit my left hand. I gave it about 5 coats of Poly and mounted it to the egg metal handle from the back with a couple of long thin round headed screws. I once made a plywood slingshot with a custom grip and liked the way the plywood layers brought out the shape.
    Handle.jpg
    Next project; a full size reproduction of Michelangelo'David done in laminate plywood. :woohoo:
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