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    Another Adirondack Chair Tutorial



    See here.
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    Hi There Dave ,
    That looks relaxing, is there a breeze? Of course there is.
    I really appreciate your having got to this point of mastery.
    Well done, another chapter worth saving, Thanks,
    Shaz
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    Oh yeah, that's another one to save for future lessons. Many thanks, Dave.
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