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Old 11-25-2009, 11:10 PM   #1
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Like you all the saw gets hot this time of year, I haven't posted much but I'm still busy. Got my self caught up in some jewlrey boxes this is one, Paduk and maple the others not done yet the rest of the stuff just keeps rollin off the saw. my shop is normally a mess but this time of year it's a pit (but ya know ya got ta love it) Still having a blast.
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Very nice work Don, I really like the moose. A clean shop is the sign of someone that has nothing to cut. saw dust
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Everything looks great but the box is awesome.Tony
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Don it all looks real good , but I'' agree the the box is the cats meow for sure .....Marshall
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Beautiful work. The box is really special.
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I agree... The box is really impressive.
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Thanks for posting your projects....everything looks awesome, and that box is something special for sure.
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Awesome on the box for me also. Is it your own design?
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`Ya Rolf that was one of those things that grew as it went, it was a lot of fun. Thanks
It's been all of you that make me think I'm doing oK, it means a lot.
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I love the moose. Where is the pattern from? I would love to make one for my parents.
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