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    soup stirrer mk 3

    here we go again! another of the church ladies who cook large amounts of soup asked if i would make one for her too. with a bit of white oak that cost $2, we're off to the races. only thing done with this was to plane it smooth. tomorrow i'll set up a new template for this one.
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    all but finished this one off today. laid out the lines from the template on sunday, then today i did the rough cutting, sanding to lines, drilled the hanger hole, and rounded over all the edges. now all that is left is to give it a good sanding, oiling, and the hanger strap.
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    Is that thing 2' long? Kind of like what Granny Clampett used on the Beverly HillBillies????
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    Wow! that is big enough to be used as an oar. I think she will be pleased.
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    its 33 inches long jon, they make some pretty big pots of soup, 30-40 gallons at a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Madha View Post
    Wow! that is big enough to be used as an oar. I think she will be pleased.
    It's a multi threat paddle. No point in limiting your options when it comes soup stirrers. It's a compliment when somebody asks to have another one "like that"

    Bill

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    all done! sanded and oiled it today. my wife will be giving it to her at church today.
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    Looks mighty fine, Dan!!! Sounds like you made two women happy at the same time!
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