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Old 11-23-2013, 07:32 AM   #1
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Sunny greetings to all from the Cayman Islands

I'm a returning member to your awesome site.
Some of you may remember me as "caymanMagic" a/k/a maxineBryson
It's been a few years but I still love woodworking dearly.
Hope to spend time in the forum and share my new designs with all of you.
..Gosh its good to be back!

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Old 11-23-2013, 08:19 AM   #2
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Very good to have you back again for the first time.

How tough is it to get an assortment of Woods on the Cayman's? And, adversely, are there any great native cutting woods?
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Very good to have you back again for the first time.

How tough is it to get an assortment of Woods on the Cayman's? And, adversely, are there any great native cutting woods?
Thanks so much Jack
it is indeed not very easy to get an assortment of wood here on Island.
My favourite native wood is "Logwood and wild tamarind" (I have tons of those in my backyard). super nice for making bowls. Most of my items are made from store-bought white-pine and the australian pine for fretwork.
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Thanks everyone. !!
I'm a wee bit confused but I cant seem to find the Intarsia patterns..hmm.
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