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Gliders in the Desert... #1405764
12/14/16 04:36 AM
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Ok...after my first few days as a gold miner, I have decided to winter in this little RV park in the desert.

Any members in Las Vegas know a good glider vet? Or in Kingman AZ?

Frisby may, or may not, have a couple more surprises cooking in the pouch...not sure yet. Starting to think she does.
Looks like Justin might have got off a parting shot before he was disarmed...
Might have to expand the cage situation...
Blah, blah, blah...can't sleep...rambling at you guys.

I am upgrading the cargo area of the rig to be Glider Access Certified...and I wanted to share something:

"Sculpey"

It's a cheap hobby-grade polymer clay. Easy to mold and pretty mess-free. Comes in every color you could want.
It's ideal for filling gaps and cracks your gliders might get through--by forming a custom-shaped plug.
Form it into the gap you want to close off, then pop the shaped 'plug' out and cook it in the oven. The shape turns to a hard rubber-plastic like substance--glider proof.

Any shape you want--if it's too big to fit in the oven, you can also hand cook it with a heat gun to cure it.

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Re: Gliders in the Desert... [Re: TwoDog] #1405766
12/14/16 10:18 AM
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I'm not sure of the properties in sculpy. If it's safe for them to chew.

Mine arent chewers but This is what Fiona decided to taste this year. A couple of nibbles and she was happy it didn't taste that good. But it made a great pic. Its made from flour dough.

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Dawn

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and
Trust your journey....

Grace :bb:

Stewie :rtmo:




Fiona and Dot :rbridge: Love and miss you both!


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