I think you are right, Larry. The exercise clubs are displayed outside the
workshop. I will correct the captions.
On Mon, May 23, 2016 at 10:22 AM, Lawrence Woods <lmwoods@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> First, let me say that I too am enjoying your pictures from Iran,
> especially because I also lived in Iran forty years ago. I usually don't
> comment because by the time I see your postings, other people have already
> commented, and it doesn't really add much to the list discussion to say "me
> I want to mention the series of pictures after the Isfahan oil press but
> before the Nain restaurant, of a wood turning shop. The woodworker is not
> making part of a Meen exercise club. The shape is too complex, and not
> something that would fit comfortably in a hand. I believe it is the shaft
> for a hookah-style water pipe. You can see others inside the shop window on
> the left side.
> Keep up the good work!
> ----- Larry Woods
> Date: Sun, 22 May 2016 14:10:27 -0400
>> From: Tina Manley<tmanley@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Subject: [OM] IMGS: Old Oil Processing Shop
>> Our next stop in Isfahan was a shop where olive oil used to be processed
>> with a huge grinding
>> stone that was driven by a camel walking in circles. ... <snip> ...
>> C&C greatly appreciated.
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