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Hello and WELCOME!! / Re: Welcome to WAGS William S.
« Last post by Sandy Glenn on August 05, 2022, 10:49:08 PM »
Welcome!  Lots of great information on this site... the learning just never stops!
Glad to have you join us!
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Hello and WELCOME!! / Re: Welcome to WAGS William S.
« Last post by Lee Bowen on August 05, 2022, 09:29:56 PM »
From the Yellow Pine covered Rolling Hills of Polk County, Deep East Texas, I bid you a hearty  :welcome2:.  If you have any questions concerning cast iron cookware, WAGS has the answer, and so much more :flag: :welcome: :sm_usflag:.
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Hello and WELCOME!! / Re: Welcome to WAGS William S.
« Last post by Jim Fuchs on August 05, 2022, 05:14:14 PM »
Welcome to WAGS and the Forum, William, from N.W. Pa. Good to have you join us.
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Hello and WELCOME!! / Welcome to WAGS William S.
« Last post by Scott Sanders on August 05, 2022, 04:00:27 PM »
Let's give a big WAGS WELCOME to William Seifert who calls Perkinsville, VT home.  He has been collecting cast iron for some time now and should find the information we have collected very interesting.  William, take a look around the Forum and let us know what you think.  If you have any questions, ask away and we'll see if we can help.  Hope to see you at our next convention coming up in October, being held in Dayton, OH.  Enjoy!!!

Welcome Again,    :icon_bananas:  :welcome:   :icon_bananas:

Scott
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Hello and WELCOME!! / Re: Welcome To WAGS Rick
« Last post by Lee Bowen on July 28, 2022, 05:42:07 PM »
Welcome to WAGS, Rick.  I bid you a warm and sincere Welcome! from the pine covered Rolling Hills of Polk County, Deep East Texas.  You have arrived at the best site to feed your Cast iron addiction. If you don't have by now, you will before too much longer :sm_usflag: :welcome2: :flag: :welcome:.
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WANTED: Items you want for your collection / Griswold #9 waffle iron base
« Last post by Brian Kasper on July 23, 2022, 09:36:52 PM »
A friend gave me a #9 aluminum Griswold waffle iron today. Would anyone happen to have a base to fit it laying around?
Thanks!
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Atlanta Stoveworks & Birmingham Stove & Range Co. / Re: BSR Franklin Bean Pot
« Last post by Lee Bowen on July 19, 2022, 04:57:54 PM »
The FBP is an excellent choice for a small batch of pintos, say about a pound of beans and 2-3 pounds of various smoked meats, an onion and some water.  Served with a pone of corn bread, a complete meal. :cool:
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Atlanta Stoveworks & Birmingham Stove & Range Co. / BSR Franklin Bean Pot
« Last post by Russell Ware on July 19, 2022, 07:47:59 AM »
If you have never seen a BSR Franklin Bean Pot, here’s your chance. The auction lists a nice set of photos, so you can see the entire pot and lid. It is interesting to note that the hole in the tab handle of this one is off-center. This item was an option you could have included if you bought a BSR Franklin Stove circa 1970.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/134173618791?hash=item1f3d5ef267:g:mRgAAOSwDfdivvCx
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Yep, I can remember saying when gas went to $1 a gallon that I would QUIT driving! :kaioken: Russell, sorry to take your thread over...just "ol folks" reminiscing.  :scratchchin:
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Duke, I remember Tricky Dick declaring an oil shortage shortly after OPEC formed and tightened their grasp on the world oil supplies.  I was pumping gas after school when regular leaded gasoline jumped from .25 to .32 overnight. Then came odd days and even days.  I also graduated in '73 and remember when you could fill up your car, buy a case of beer (legal drinking age was 18 at the time), take your girl to the skating rink or movies (.50 admission at either place), grab a burger basket and drink after (less than $5 for both of us), and still have change for a $20 bill when you dropped her off at her house.  Amazing what moving the decimal point one space to the right will do. Those definitely were the good old days.
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