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August 21, 2022


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I'm not sure the negative impression on the flong is good enough for a rubbing, but certainly worth a try. Using rubbings to capture decorative tombstone facings is fun (unless you're the one under the tombstone, of course).


far out have you tried putting a piece of paper on them and rubbing a sideways crayon across them i remember as a kid they had pattern things like that for "activities"

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