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Old 12-29-2007, 08:49 AM   #1
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Default A Trio of My Latest 12-29-07

First two are 16 x 27 and the third is 16 x 21. All home depot birch. My designs....
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they sure look good out of wood....

I have enough Indian blood in me to collect, but the problem is that back in the day there was no birth certificates given out on the reservations so it makes it very hard to prove...

that's why I tan so good....

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Fantastic as always!
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Very nice. What thickness of wood?

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You amaze me Charlie!! Thanks for the pics. Good stuff!!!

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Great job......as usual. How long does it take you to do something like that?
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Beautiful Charlie!!! Your work is awesome!
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Beautiful work Charlie.
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Thanks for the kind words folks. To answer the questions so far...thickness of wood 1/4 inch and how long, approx 8-9 hours each.
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Excellent as always. Keep these great works coming.
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