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    Fueled by Pumpkin Pie

    The power of pie...the true renewable energy!


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    I need more pie!
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    Sure looks sweet. The pie does, too.
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    I'd be afraid to use a bench that looks that nice...

    Guess I need to eat more punkin pie...
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    unless that is your second piece, (or third...?) then the work got done before the pie got ate

    Everything looks good in that picture!
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    Great looking table. It should be great to work with.
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    Looks like your bench has come a long way. Wasn't it just a top the time I saw it? Looking good.
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    I'll make a whole pie for you if you make one for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    unless that is your second piece, (or third...?) then the work got done before the pie got ate
    Third, but they were small pieces! Honest, would I lie to you?
    “When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece.” - John Ruskin
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    very nice bill!!! you been at this for awhile now but you will enjoy it from now till eternity and will know how it came to be...
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    Thanks Larry, you summed up all the positives for building your own bench. When you have been working on something for a long time, you lose that initial enthusiasm for it, but it all comes rushing back when you start to assembly it and it now looks like what you first envisioned.

    And Larry, it is stout and very very heavy!
    “When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece.” - John Ruskin
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