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    W.I.P.

    This is a piece of misquite i had given to me from Vaughn.I had never turned mesquite before but boy do i like it. Well as i just got one of them fancy burners that Jim got. I thought i'd start doing a little bit of burning on this. Not sure where the burning will go, but the wife really likes it so far. When i get done and if i don't mess up to bad i'll show the finish piece.
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    SWEEEEEEEEET!!!!
    Jon

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    Really like it so far. It's going to be hard knowing when enough is enough.

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    Thanks Jon. Ken you got that right .I've been looking around at a bunch of southwest pots and i can't figure out what i like best. Well as i got some cabs to made for a couple ladys i guess there first on the list. There bouth paying coustermers.

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    looks good steve and you on to a knew skill set with that burner
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    I like it. Nice form and the burning looks nice as well.

    Which wood burning unit did you get?
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    Looks great, I too love to turn Mesquite
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Madha View Post
    I like it. Nice form and the burning looks nice as well.

    Which wood burning unit did you get?
    Larry i'm looking foward to getting in to this when i can find some quite time. Mohammad I just got the Optima1 with the single outlet. After talking to Jim he said that the one he got was really to much, so i went with this for now.Stu Like i said had never turned masquite before, but i'll be getting some more in the future for sure.
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    Great looking piece so far Stephen!
    Looking forward to seeing it completed.


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    Sweet mesquite! Very nice chunk, and I like what you're doing to it!

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