200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Didn't find any GPA's at the local flea market Sunday, but did find this vintage black walnut cracker like my dad had and gave to an uncle.  I've been looking for one for over 40 years.  I guess the design was sold or copied and now there is a similar "King Kracker."

When I was texting a photo to my brother, I noticed a new to me feature in Google photos that you can copy text from the photo for editing or using in a document.  Pretty neat feature.

Looks like their optical character recognition software needs a little fine tuning, or be sure to proof before sharing!  Check out the suggested text below the phone screenshot!
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Crack away!
- Courtenay
Be Prepared

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