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Thread: About time I get my rear in gear!!!

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    About time I get my rear in gear!!!

    Finally decided on what I am building for the swap, LOTS of great projects already done and I hope mine will somewhat measure up to them

    First is to choose what wood, some decisions to be made here
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    Yep, I think this will do just fine
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    Don't ya just love what can be hiding in a board
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    More to come later

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    That chocolate looks good enough to eat!!!
    Bill Arnold
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    Whoa! Let's not rush things. There's still plenty of time left, right?

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    Oooh shiny ripples!


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    Just two things:
    * your lumber storage is WAY to organized
    * you do have 51 days until the USA Thanksgiving deadline ... and I don't know how many days to subtract for shipping time (never good at math)

    I do agree, the color and grain will prove interesting. I'll be watching for sure.

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    Certainly a beautiful start!

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    Okay, so I am sure I like everyone on this forum, HOWEVER, not enough to give up a beautiful board like that!!!
    "We the People ......"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Whoa! Let's not rush things. There's still plenty of time left, right?
    That's my hope!! I'm starting on mine this week.

    That walnut is going to make whatever you make shine for sure Tom!
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    Oh, now you've done it, pushed too hard with that plane and put wrinkles in the board! Just ship it down to me and I'll "dispose" of it for you.
    Darren

    To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word “boo.” – Robert Brault

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    That board wants to come to my house . . . in whatever form it ends up
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