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    Covers for Radiant heat pluming

    Well I finely got around to making some doors to cover up the heat manifolds in the the wall of the shop. These are made out of some Slick Elm that my Uncle had cut almost 20 years ago and I have been moving around for the last 15 years. This was the junkie stuff but BOY is it pretty.

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    Thems too purdy for a shop, Jay....
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    It was just the scrap boards laying on top of the pile Brent but thanks
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    that was way to purty jay.. some of that needs to be in a CB instrument..
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    that was way to purty jay.. some of that needs to be in a CB instrument..
    OH dont worry Larry I have plenty left and it will be soon I hope........
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    Geeze..that would make some great kitchen cabinets. It's beautiful.

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    Wow, yeah I have to agree that stuff is gorgeous. Looks like you have some nice wide pieces too.

    A fellow in my homebrew club cut down some big elms (3' across at the butt maybe) a couple years ago, I'm regretting not acquiring some of it now.. its been all turned into firewood

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    Well I finely got around to making some doors to cover up the heat manifolds in the the wall of the shop.......
    Yeah right, bet it's a nicely stocked liquor cabinet beautiful disguise
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    Yeah right, bet it's a nicely stocked liquor cabinet beautiful disguise
    WHO ME...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    WHO ME...........
    .....is good looking stuff either way
    The perception of perfection is perfectly clear to everyone else

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