Thanks - those prices are apparently at the mill but I suppose that one could expect 10 cents a pound or so. As usual, i never remeber to think about this during the day time when I could just call a couple of local scrap yards and ask.
On Tue, 11 Jul 2006 21:31:44 -0500, with neither quill nor qualm, "Mike Henry" quickly quoth:
Yeah, not a whole lot, huh? But that makes buying scrap for projects that much easier.
Try mating a post-it note and your forehead, Mike. I keep legal pads + pens all over the house, in every single room. When I get an idea or need to remind myself to do something, I write it down. That scrap of paper goes to the brass spring-clip I have next to the front door. I can't walk out the door without seeing it. (And I'm only 52!) ;)
I've started a shopping list for the trip to Gunner's, too. I wonder if a full legal pad will be enough...
- In nature's infinite book of secrecy a little I can read. -Shakespeare ------