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    4 BIRCH BROTHERS

    Hello found log on side of road and got these out of it largest 9X7 turned to 3/16"
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    Those are AWESOME and welcome

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    Those are beautiful, Michael, and welcome to the forum!
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    Michael, those look great. What kind of finish did you use? What kind of hollowing tools did you use?
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    Next time I find roadkill...it's coming to you Michael!!! really well done
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    Michael,
    first, Welcome to the Forums!

    and Way to go on the HFs, they're superb!
    -Ned

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    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    That was a great find and nice job. Put your location up so we know where to come and look for blanks like those.
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    Welcome Michael.

    The brothers must come from a very good looking mother tree.
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    Good stuff, especially displayed as a set like that.

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