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As a child we had
Scythes and Sickles

But we didn’t use them

They just hung on nails
in the garage


Still able… 83 more words


Yes You Can Peen a Sickle

Well, the truth is that the same way not all dogs are trainable, not all sickles are “peenable” either. In general, the sickles with wider and thinner blades that somehow resemble a little bit the shape of a scythe, like the one in the previous picture, can and should be peened the same way a scythe blade can be peened. 276 more words

Titains declaw Gryphons

Tampa, FL – The Sickles Gryphons hosted the Tampa Bay Tech Titans in a district playoff battle with the Titans upsetting the Gryphons, 20-16.

The first half was a back-and-fourth battle with Tampa Bay Tech missing an early 33 yard field goal but it was Sickles that scored first as time expired at the half when Jerson Camacho kicked a 45 yard field goal. 142 more words


To Daniel E. Sickles

Executive Mansion,                Washington,
Major General Sickles:          February 15. 1864.

I wish you to make a tour for me (principally for observation and information) by way of Cairo and New-Orleans, and returning by the Gulf and Ocean. 231 more words


Thrack Hooks

Thrack Hooks, or sickles, were used by the young Robert Burns as he went about his daily agricultural duties. Born into a farming family and raised on a smallholding until the age of seven, his upbringing not only earned him the nickname of ‘Ploughman Poet’, but hugely influenced his later works, probably inspiring the love of nature apparent in poems such as ‘To a Mouse’. 196 more words

Robert Burns

Open Houses in Westchase Sunday 10/20

Open houses are a fun way to check out a variety of homes, while getting an up-close look at neighborhoods. When you go to an open house, pick up the property-information sheet and take notes on what you like and dislike. 400 more words


To Daniel E. Sickles

My dear General,                           Washington, July 10, 1863.

I understand you are troubled with some report that the 3rd Corps has sustained a disaster, or repulse. I can only say that I have watched closely, and believe I have seen all the despatches at the Military Telegraph Office up to a half hour ago, one from Ingalls, with the Army, reaching here since this morning, and I havePage  323heard of no such disaster or repulse. 17 more words