Author Archives: FrankWeld

Waking up in Phoenix

Waking up in phoenix The yellow bolt darting across the walls refracted in into a pattern that made the room look like the inside of a lighthouse during a storm and was followed with a clap of thunder but made … Continue reading

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The cool of summer.

So I don’t keep up with my blog posts. It’s not like it used to be, with endless free time…   wait a sec, I have the same amount of time I have always had, I’ve just been selfish. I … Continue reading

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challenges and choices

Of the many projects that flow into and out of our welding & fabrication shop, some of the projects closest to my heart are for customers who are physically challenged, passionate about their sports, fiercely competitive, and with the persistence … Continue reading

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onehundredpercent

When someone develops something new it almost always comes on the back of another innovation. Once something has been around a while we tend to take the original version for granted and begin to modify. Pneumatic tires over rubber, gears … Continue reading

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The Cowboy. A Christmas fiction story, just for fun.

    I hated to take road trips when I was a kid but I liked the stops along the way, I liked to eat new foods and the chances to buy stuff. I wanted “girl watcher” glasses, as my … Continue reading

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Hey look I’m on TV

Here’s a short documentary made by Jake Gloss, not to toot my own horn but it is an excellent piece of work, Jake did an awesome job and is a true artist. But don’t take my word for it, have … Continue reading

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The king of storms

The first good summer storm of August arrived in full force and just a few moments ago Lanie and I were enjoying cocktails on the veranda when the winds whipped up and spoiled our party. It was calm as could … Continue reading

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Teaching June To Ride

Most of the time, kids are serious business to their parents. I have a couple of my own and I can tell you, it is definitely a serious business. It’s not unusual for me to teach kids how to ride, … Continue reading

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The next season

The sound of road salt being used as an abrasive against my beautiful rims grates against my nerves, like an old steel file on dried bones. I reach the bottom of my driveway, where the road changes from down to … Continue reading

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Training for days like those

I haven’t been around for a few months, ‘been workin’. Been working on saving my soul and living in the light.. That’s right, I’ve been training. It’s not like you can be fit, and accomplish anything else at the same … Continue reading

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