The Authentic WWII Women's Messenger Bicycle. - This is the faithful reproduction of a 1940 Industrial Newsgirl, one of the several civilian models used by the U.S. military for messenger duty on domestic bases during World War II. It is made in New York City by Worksman Cycles, the 114 year-old bicycle manufacturer who supplied thousands of Industrial Newsgirl models to the U.S. military after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
My name is Matt an aspiring artist (ceramics mostly) and horticulturist and Nothing is mine unless I say it is. I will do my best to source everything I can. So with that said if you see something that is yours and want me to remove it I will. Simple...
11 ways to cook off-grid without power. Learn which is best for you before the winter storms hit so you won't be caught without a way to cook for your family. If you don't know how to cook without power you need to read this immediately.
Some of these are great, some are not really that functional. There is a better alternative for the matches (mason jar) and one pinner said the Mountain Dew thing is a hoax, but I personally believe it would be easier to just carry a lantern (esp. if you don't drink Mountain Dew ;) You never know what might come in handy though!