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Old 07-07-2008, 08:21 PM
Location: El Paso, TX
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Anyone else do this in El Paso? Juarez has some of the prettiest hand blown tequila bottles. I don't drink but I know friends who do.. and I would always ask them to keep the bottles for me.. I have some that are red glass, or orange, or blue/green.. all with the logos still on them. I put shelves in a window I have to display them. The light comes though them and its like a poor mans Stained Glass window.

I also collect electric glass insulators.. They are the coolest thing. You can find hundreds of them between here and White Sands.. they just chainsawed the poles and left them to rot, after installing the underground wires.

http://www.connected-earth.com/Galleries/Fabricofcommunications/Buildingthenetworks/Wiresovertheground/TM0244.jpg (broken link)
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