Life in Uganda

The Making of a Crowbar

Some folks like to go to the hardware store for their crowbars (if you do, you should try out Busy B Lumber in Dexter, MO). But some folks prefer to have theirs hand-forged by local craftsmen.

Here is a clip of a bellows fabricated from an old cement bag, a discarded piece of water well pipe, and some locally made charcoal.

And here you can see the crow bar coming together and this guy beats the heck out of it.

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One response

  1. Ron

    Thanks for working in the plug, son. So far you are the only African Missionary to do so. How do you make this viral thing work. We need some of that.
    love and kisses,
    Dad

    October 24, 2012 at 4:51 pm

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