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    What are you making for Xmas this year

    Well with Don reminding us that its not that far away and our Thanksgiving coming up doing the same, I have been giving thought to what i might make this year for gifts.

    Got such a great response to the bandsaw reindeer last year and so many requests for more and a sleigh to go with them. But i don't do production very well. I like variety making a thing once is enough for me.

    But i think i will make a sleigh this year to go with the reindeer. Will try to find a small father Xmas to fit into it and scale it from that. If any one has plans or a drawing they willing to share i would be only to happy to consider them.

    So what are you all making for Xmas presents this year?
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    What are you making for Xmas this year

    I'm not exactly certain, but I bet it will be something off of the lathe.


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    Probably my usual. A stiff drink....
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    Cereal mix and pecan brittle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Brogger View Post
    Probably my usual. A stiff drink....
    Priceless .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Brogger View Post
    Probably my usual. A stiff drink....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Brogger View Post
    Probably my usual. A stiff drink....
    I'll drink to that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Cereal mix and pecan brittle
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Smoked turkey, roasted sweet potatoes, gibblet gravey and a good milk stout!!
    Rob, it looks like you should have posted this in the Cooking sub-forum ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Memories, hopefully.
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