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    Walnut burl photos

    Walnut burl photos -- to be turned soon -- hoping for big surprise inside. Anchorseal is the red stuff

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    Lucky you! Can't wait to see what's inside.
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    I love burls that come with Candies.
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    now that tree done you well, paul..gave up its trunk to lumber and its owhies to a beautiful turning soon to be seen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Lucky you! Can't wait to see what's inside.
    Ditto this!
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    Good find Paul..............When ya gona come by??
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    Paul, thats going to be some great looking wood I bet. Looking forward to seeing the final product.
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    Wow I bet that has a ton of figure in it. Like a well wrapped present at christmas.

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    Hmmm, I've never seen anyone seal wood with bubble gum! I always just used latex paint or Anchorseal. ROFL! But that is an amazing looking burl! Why can't I find stuff like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Gallian View Post
    Walnut burl photos -- Anchorseal is the red stuff

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    I use anchorseal as bubble gum -- sell it real cheap at the local grade school
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