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    Nice Wood ID Site

    http://nelsonwood.com/bowls%20and%20platters.htm

    I ran across this today and it has a ton of examples of wood types in the shapes of bowls and platters.
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    thanks pete, dont turn but the wood pics are great.
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    Man, he sure has turned quite a variety of wood. Very impressive.
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    Pete,
    Thanks for that site, not only is it a very informative site, that guy has some fantastic bowls and other turnings.. I meant to do a response last night, but got to looking over the site and spent nearly an hour looking at his turnings.
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    Cool site Pete, Thanks for sharing. Got it bookmarked under Lumber ID

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    Pete,
    Thanks for the link I think I'll borrow it for WR.

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    Great site Pete. Some great idea's there for shapes and and styles. I've used
    http://hobbithouseinc.com/personal/woodpics/ for the purchase of good chunk's on e-bay. Thanks for the link!!
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