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How to make a wooden whirligig [Project]
posted July 23 2012 15:26.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I didn't really knew that these things are called whirligigs... A whirligig is an animated caricature or item (like this lumberjack) which moves with the power of the wind. It is a nice weekend project...

[Link: Mere Mortals]

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