I like mine,
10" heavy wall stainless steel pipe for the mailbox to sit in welded
to a piece of 4" pipe set into the ground. Pretty much impervious to
anything you want to throw at it. Snow plows don't even wiggle the
I installed this thingy about two years ago after a minor bashing from a
passing snow plow. Actually it was the snow rather than the plow that
bashed, but let's don't get picky here. It works like a something or other;
even a fairly stiff wind will swing it and it takes literally two seconds to
reposition. As with everything from Lee Valley it is nicely finished and
rugged. It's one of those things you want to take with you when you move.
Then you're certainly aware that this is a group of like-minded souls who
take thier hobby (or trade, in many cases) seriously but not themselves.
Relax, have a beer, start talking about wood and see where the conversation
And welcome. Even if you've been here for several years, no one can know
that until you uncloak.
... and, BTW, the particular post was on-topic (so the diatribes vs.
OT posting are moot) because it was a woodworking product that had
sickened the dog. Unfortunately, that post was cross-posted to another
group, opening a gateway for some rather unsavory trolls to enter rec.ww
and inflict pain and suffering in this little backwater of Usenet in
addition to the world they normally inhabited.
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