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  1. #21
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    Nice clocks, great looking wood grain.
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    Nice! Interesting fix on battery access. Did you add a little sticker in a hidden area that tells how to change batteries? I can just see someone like me trying to figure that out in twenty years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Nice! Interesting fix on battery access. Did you add a little sticker in a hidden area that tells how to change batteries? I can just see someone like me trying to figure that out in twenty years.
    I did not, but that's a great idea.
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    the wood is gorgeous..very nice craftsmanship

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    Great looking clocks, Rennie!!! You did a beautiful job bringing out the grain of the wood!
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    Beautiful work Rennie!

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    Very Nice Rennie. That must be Michigan Chocolate Walnut. True heirloom pieces for sure. I always enjoy seeing your projects.
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    Those came out looking great, Rennie. Very well done, as usual.
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    Thanks to all for the kind words. Not the Michigan chocolat that you might think. I got this from a lumber mill about 40 miles southeast of me. He had this one board with all that figure and I thought it would be perfect for the clocks.
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    No matter were the wood came from, it is gorgeous. Nice grain and outstanding labor of love.
    David

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