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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    As a matter of fact, I still haven't experienced a strong rain this year, perhaps something wrong
    You need an enormous phallus.

    Rain falls after Chachoengsao villagers build enormous phallus


    Plenty of rain on my house.


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    Yes, really strange. Yesterday, a big rain just few km away...

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    Some like it dick, some like it thin...

    As a matter of fact, the large tables 3 - 4 m need more thickness to stay straight.

    Pool Salaa D-I-Y-2003080012-jpg
    Pool Salaa D-I-Y-2003080018-jpg


    And some cut it by a long chain saw:
    Pool Salaa D-I-Y-2003080038-jpg

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    Awesome pics, I hope I can find a place like that close to me.

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    Use you bushman saw? DIY style

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    Update on the daily dust from the bamboo stick eaters:

    We repeated the fumigation by stronger sulphur fumes, it did not help. Later, we observed that the dust comes from the few young teak branches (dia. 1") used for the roof construction. After removing them, hallelujah, no more daily dust laying on the table (almost).

    So the bamboo eaters were innocent - or died completely - unlike the insect in the teak bracing, exposed to the same fuming.

    Hence to know that the famous teak is not always free of insects, especially the younger one. Even on the 4 main columns dia. 12-15 cm (ca. 10 years old) we see the holes bored by these insects.

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