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    horse number 2

    I've procrastinated long enough! I started this here http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...+trusty+steeds. This is going to be a Christmas present for great niece number 2. I've got some glue-ups started and I've figured out the placement of the legs. I need to go Allen on this thing to have it finished by the big day. Here's where I'm at now.

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    Looking good! Better crank Santa's workshop up to 'Levine Machine Speed'!
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    Looking good John, but yeah, got some work ahead of you.
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    Oh boy! Some lucky person is getting a horsey!

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    Looking good and CRUNCH time for sure!!
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    Looks great so far...
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    Got the sides cut and fitted, now it's time for the head. I hit it with a little DNA to see what she'll look like.
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    Meh...you got this. Sometimes we do our best work under a deadline.
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    Looking good
    It's kind of fun to do the impossible

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    I hate deadlines

    The Horsey is looking good.

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