Thermal Conductivity In Spades

Swan Lake Ranch, Alcalde, New Mexico, 1949. Owner Mrs. Hamilton Garland collects copperware.
Swan Lake Ranch, Alcalde, New Mexico, 1949. Owner Mrs. Hamilton Garland collects copperware as a hobby. credit: Justin Locke
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  1. Great photo, but so many thoughts . . . should they be wearing hard hats? Do they even know how much weight that ceiling holds? Has there ever been an earthquake in New Mexico?

    It’s a good thing that’s not around today because they would be stolen in a moment to support someone else’s lifestyle choices. Sad but true.

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    1. My mind wondered about earthquakes, too! Not a safe zone. Ah, and you are right about the copper. I think it was in our a/c compressors when we had them replaced a few months ago. I know people steal it. The world is full of desperate thieves.

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  2. Wow. All I could think of is how cool it would be to have a kitchen full of copper ware. I started collecting Revere ware about 1 year ago. I go to second hand stores and look for them. I would go crazy if I ever found a copper pan or pot.

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    1. I swear I had not noticed. They look pretty gross. I’ll say monkeys, knowing full well it’s not skinned monkeys. Maybe whatever they are, they’ll taste great in a stew.

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