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    Eye Candy

    Just now getting to the big cherry logs brought in last week. Here's the start of the second log. One more after this one and I'll be finished.







    Last edited by Randy Wynn; 11-01-2009 at 05:41 PM.

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    shame on yu for showun us that kind of stuff randy and the smell of it gettin cut lingers as well..once yu have done this yu dont forget the expeiernce
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    I sure envy you that saw rig... and the supply of good big stock, too. BOY that'd be nice...!
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    you do realize randy, you're going to have to send us all samples of that cherry. right larry?
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    That cherry sure looks delicious.
    Looks like you keep busy with that sawmill.
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    WOW - that sure is SOME PURDY wood!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    That cherry sure looks delicious.
    Looks like you keep busy with that sawmill.
    I have been getting kinda busy lately Frank Fusco. I love running the mill. The business end is what I don't like. But You'll have that from time to time.

    Just thought I'd add these now while I can.




    Ready for another one.

    Last edited by Randy Wynn; 11-01-2009 at 12:16 AM.

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    WOW - you cuttin' any of that in 12/4? ohoh, I see you 4/4'ed it. A shame. You showed at least drop dead beautiful Bowl blanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Shiverdecker View Post
    WOW - you cuttin' any of that in 12/4? ohoh, I see you 4/4'ed it. A shame. You showed at least drop dead beautiful Bowl blanks!

    Bruce
    12/4? Heck, all he'd need to do is cut the pith out and cut it into the deepest blanks possible. He could have saved himself a lot of wear and tear on the mill.

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    the problem with cuttin it thick like yu turners say yu want is there isnt any money in it.. he can sell what he cut outa that log pretty easily to many folk..
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