There are still a few of the Kona's left, but not many! And thx for the kind words JJ, I hope that someone else down the road might consider embossing too. At the least, it should give said person(s) a starting point. As to the stairs, I call it physical therapy and yes, the embossing project was all over the house. And still is! Kate, bless her heart, draws the line at (most) Scout activities!In the movie shoot pic I spied a Kona. HAHA. My 100 year old Aunt Nance says she doesn't trust anyone who doesn't pull a cork.
It is admirable that you have made this happen Ed, its all bout the details.
And probably to Kate as from what can be seen in the pics it is an all over the house project. I guess she spared you the going up and down the stairs and using the kitchen floor maybe HAHAHA
Not sure if the kid would have much interest in a five-decades old Scout, but I'll let him know! He's definitely not shy about pointing out many of my faults, but that trait may have come from his old man.Ok...I see now....tell that sa son of yours, when he builds his own correctly restored Scout , that you may listen to him then....!...but me, just dont pay me no mind...I was just curious more than anything..