These 26 letters can be used to brand or personalize almost anything including paper, card, fabric, leather, wood, paper mache, gourds and nuts. Use the letters as stamps to create a variety of fun patterns or to add your name, initials, words or phrase to any project. The individual metal letters are designed to fit any of the Walnut Hollow Hot Tools which are available for purchase from Amazon (38283 Versa Tool, 5570 Value Woodburner, 24414 Detailer and 28094 Hobby Tool). Simply screw-in the letter into the tool, allow to heat and add burn the letter into your project. The letters are approximately 5/8-inches (16mm) tall and the width will vary with each letter. The letters simply screw into the tool and pliers should be used for removing hot letters. Be careful not to bend the thread while hot as the thread may snap off in the tool. The letters can be used cold on all types of clay but they should be cleaned immediately after use. Be ready to brand and personalize anything by adding all there sets to your hobby toolbox (Alphabet Upper Case #26162, Alphabet lowercase # 41004 and Numbers & Symbols # 27399).
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- Great for branding or personalizing various surfaces including wood, paper, leather, card and gourds
- The set contains the complete alphabet – A to Z and are approximately 5/8″ tall; width varies by letter
- Fit any Walnut Hollow Tool: 38283 Versa Tool, 5570 Value Woodburner, 24414 Detailer and 28094 Hobby Tool
- Use the letters as stamps to create fun patterns or add your name, initials, words or phrase to any project
- Screw thread provides added security and safety during use. Use pliers to change hot letters
THE RUSTY CRACK-EYE ROCK AT TENIYA
Another day with friends at TENIYA BEACH along the East Coast of Nago City, about a mile off Route 331.
This caption accompanies a bunch of photos depicting ROCKS, for which I admittedly have a great weakness.
DIAMONDS ? No interest. A COAL SEAM deep underground ? Ooooo… now we’re talking !
Given a choice between those two forms of carbon, and I choose the dirty stuff.
And at TENIYA BEACH, it’s no different. It’s covered with near-worthless rocks of all sorts, but that’s OK. They are mine when I am there.
I confess that I left my friends behind, and headed south to CAPE BAN and the big SHARK FIN ROCK just to see what I could see in the way of rocks, and puzzle over the story they have to tell.
The pics are some of the things that caught my eye.
The saturated colors of my rock photos are what I aim for when pointing the camera, and I’ve framed out what I like.
Is it ART ? …or just a bunch of rock ? Each to his own, they say. As for me, I just can’t help myself.
Not for everybody, it’s wild, rough, and rocky shores under eroding bluffs of varying geology provide a picturesque place to swim, surf, kayak, and picnic — with absolutely NO amenities to soothe your soul except the sound of the waves.
Kids love playing in the TENIYA RIVER that runs into the Philippine Sea in view of a small island, though it can get a little "mossy" after a long time with no rain. A good day or two of heavy rains will wash it clean for those who want to take a dip in its deep, cliff-side pool.
Camping and bon-fires are OK. Plenty of folks sit around a roaring fire and drink beer all night under the stars. Bring your own scraps of wood, as others will probably have beaten you to whatever driftwood might have been there.
Click HERE to get a broader feel of the place than is imparted by the photo above :
♥ TENIYA BEACH : www.flickr.com/photos/okinawa-soba/sets/72157632041579372/
When driving up Route 331 from the south, the turn-off for TENIYA BEACH is HERE :
26°34’34.74"N 128° 7’24.53"E
If long, sandy beaches with easy beach-combing is what you are after, Okinawa has plenty of those as well. However, if you are on the island for any length of time, try to hit TENIYA at least once (on a nice day), and play it rough while getting some nice scenic views to take home with you.
沖縄 沖縄県 名護 名護市 天仁屋
By Okinawa Soba (Rob) on 2015-02-07 15:37:13