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  1. #1
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    gift pens

    thank goodness these are easy and quick to make! with 3 different parties needing gifts, and with time being short, the spinny side comes in handy. they're all fountain pens, from left to right: cocobolo for me (didn't want to feel left out), curly maple for my cousin's daughter who graduated, brazilian cherry for the young deacon who became a priest a week ago this last sunday (can't hurt to be on the inside track), and ash for my niece who graduated (her name is ashley, and i'm pretty certain it may be ash. it may not be ash, but she doesn't know...)).
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    Wow, all four look great, Dan. Well done, and I'm sure the gifts will be appreciated.
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    All are great but I really like the curly maple.
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    All great Dan, but the Padre' should get olive wood
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    i was thinking about that jim, i happen to have a bunch of russian olive...
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    nice pens
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    Very nice work!
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    Nice pens.

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    Great pens Dan and lots of celebrating to do there too. I am sure everyone will appreciate those gifts.
    cheers

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    Great looking group of Writing Instruments Dan!
    Looks like you prefer B2B.
    Well done.

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