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    Idaho Chocolate end tables - Finished Pics

    Yes, Chocolate does grow in Idaho! This came from a friends tree here in town that I had sawn up several years ago. I've been asked to build two end tables for a client. She gave me pictures and said - "build it like this but without the shelf and a little narrower." So, here's what's been done so far.

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    The first table is rectangular. The second will be round. Hope to get that one started over the weekend.
    Last edited by Rennie Heuer; 10-26-2011 at 12:50 AM.
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    Looking good Rennie. Nice legs.

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    Keeping busy I see! Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken werner View Post
    Looking good Rennie. Nice legs.
    Why, thanks Ken.
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    Your legs aside, the table is looking great. What a thrill to build out of local materials that have a story behind them . . . besides "I drove to the lumber yard and came home with this".
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    Im with Ken
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    great piece.
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    Looking good
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    Looks good, Rennie!
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    coming along fine rennie,, i to like your legs..
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