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    Stool with Deer rub

    Hickory stool with deer rub log.Click image for larger version. 

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    That's a unique-looking piece. But I'm afraid you'll need to educate this city boy on the "deer rub log" part. Is it what it sounds like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Burton View Post
    That's a unique-looking piece. But I'm afraid you'll need to educate this city boy on the "deer rub log" part. Is it what it sounds like?
    This is another city boy from a different country asking the same question. Does that mean that the branch damage was made by a deer rubbing its horns on it?
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    I think he means the stick across the bottom, with the bark almost rubbed off got that way from deer rubbing their antlers on it. Nice looking stool, whether I'm right or wrong.
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    Great looking bench Kenny! BTW...Welcome to the family.
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    You are correct the black spot on the log is from being rubbed by a whitetail buck, really makes for a unique piece.

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    Very nice, Kenny! I like how you incorporated the natural branch into your stool!
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    Looking good Kenny.
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