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    flat work from the show

    A few more pics.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 011 (600 x 450)bandsaw 1.jpg   023 (600 x 450)bandsaw2.jpg   012 (600 x 450)jewerly.jpg   022 (450 x 600)jewerly2.jpg   024 (450 x 600)jewerly3.jpg  

    014 (600 x 450)stool.jpg   015 (600 x 450)planes.jpg   016 (600 x 450)coffee tab.jpg   017 (600 x 450)tresel.jpg   021 (600 x 450)baskets.jpg  


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    Very Nice, Thanks for sharing.
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    Great stuff, Rex. I especially like the two coffee tables.
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    Very nice
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    More great work. I agree with Vaughn i really like them tables.

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    to bad that show wasnt on while i was near yu i would liked to went to that one.. and i also liked the coffee tables and some of those boxes were neat as well..
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    I voted for the splated maple/walnut jewerly chest in the 5th pic. Beautiful wood and I like the style too!
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    Wow, that is some very nice work!
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    I am envious of all the pieces and the work they entail. I cannot imagine the time and energy. I thank you for showing the pictures, that is completely amazing. As great as your pictures are, I can imagine there is nothing like seeing them in person. Thanks for sharing.
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