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    Bowl swap over younder

    Well the man that got my bowl over at WTA just posted pics of the bowl i sent him. So i thought i'd go ahead and show ya what i got in return, and what little bit i did to change mine from the preview i showed earler.His is a monster at 16 1/2" and is oak.Click image for larger version. 

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    I think you both scored bigtime, Steve.
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    I'M WITH VAUGHN!!!

    Big score for both parties.

    Enjoy,

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    i AGREE full heartedly,, that weaving on the edge of your gift is sweet,, and the pyro and eagle was just right steve!!
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    I echo the good deal for both. Excuse my ignorance but is that blue bowl some sort of stone or is that wood that has been dyed to look that way. You guys sure have some huge talent.
    cheers

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    I would say it's a win-win situation. Both are very nice!

    Rob...I'm guessing it's done with dye....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Fitzgerald View Post
    I would say it's a win-win situation. Both are very nice!

    Rob...I'm guessing it's done with dye....
    Ken and you would be the winner. As it is dye. thanks guys it was a fun little swap and we're all looking foward to the next one. Heck we might even talk Vaughn into joining in on the fun.

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    Great stuff Steve!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Bellinger View Post
    ...Heck we might even talk Vaughn into joining in on the fun.
    Hey, I would have been on this one like white on rice if my lathe wasn't 800 or so miles to the west of me.
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    Looks like you both came out happy campers.
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