It's All Trew: Have more stuff than you know what to do with? If you don't mind a bit of welding, Delbert Trew offers some ideas for displaying collectibles that might otherwise simply take up space in storage. This is part three of a three part series.
Monkey wrenches in bloom.
This “Texas cow” was handcrafted using railroad spikes, horse-shoes and other found treasures.
The “shake-rakeus,” an odd critter on the Trew ranch.
This “Texas mosquito” features a test hole driller in front and a drilling plate form in back.
“Pipe wrenchus commodius,” an exotic specimen from the Trew ranch.
Spiders aren’t everybody’s thing, but this arachnid is harmless.
This arrangement of wrenches against a back piece makes a nice focal point in the garden.