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    Warren, it just so happens I have a couple of...

    Warren, it just so happens I have a couple of Pfeil back bent gouges ( I used on my tall case clock 2 years ago after visiting the Columbia clock and watch museum ) 426132
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    Thanks for the expertise gentlemen! The piece is...

    Thanks for the expertise gentlemen! The piece is at Winterthur They say the date is 1790 to 1800. I also have a recreated version I saw on another forum, where the bead was probably routed. But I...
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    Double bead

    This top of chest of drawers from late 18th century seems to have double bead profile along end grain and front curved edge grain. I do not think profile was scraped - does anybody think I could...
  4. John, you are a true Neanderthal lugging logs...

    John, you are a true Neanderthal lugging logs from a downed tree to the sawmill! The walnut is beautiful, retaining a depth and clarity without being dark.
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    John, glad you got to him! I like to get out to...

    John, glad you got to him! I like to get out to hear live music with my wife when we have the chance.
  6. Tosca was a beautiful bird Jim! And your urn is...

    Tosca was a beautiful bird Jim! And your urn is nicely done, thanks for sharing. Mark
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    I agree Tom! Tapering legs is easy and fun with...

    I agree Tom! Tapering legs is easy and fun with a hand plane.
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    John, yes, I should be calling my spokeshave...

    John, yes, I should be calling my spokeshave "round" instead of convex. In a sense the sole is convex, but in a different direction than a "convex" shave, which is the opposite of a concave shave. ...
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    Brian, thanks for the input. I will try to get...

    Brian, thanks for the input. I will try to get the blade razor sharp.
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    Thanks Chris, interesting approach, I will try it.

    Thanks Chris, interesting approach, I will try it.
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    Thanks for the link Charles.

    Thanks for the link Charles.
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    Thanks for the advice James

    Thanks for the advice James
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    Thanks for the advice gentlemen!

    Thanks for the advice gentlemen!
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    The flu shot can be a little effective, and one...

    The flu shot can be a little effective, and one should have the option of getting one. This is a nice review. The summary states Healthy adults who receive inactivated parenteral influenza vaccine...
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    Spokeshave chatter

    I have a few shaves & recently added the LN Boggs convex shave. They were a joy to use on the edges of 1/8 inch cherry. When I had to use them on the 1 inch wide face of cherry, they worked but...
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    Phil, well done. On the rare day my miters turn...

    Phil, well done. On the rare day my miters turn out as tight as those I usually sleep well that evening.
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    Most of us realize that health care is a huge...

    Most of us realize that health care is a huge business with obscene salaries to a few players in the system. There are many honest people in the system and they try their best, but even they will...
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    That was a fun video John. I never knew you...

    That was a fun video John. I never knew you could turn something that big! Mark
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    I am ambivalent about the flu vaccine. It seems...

    I am ambivalent about the flu vaccine. It seems to have a small value. The Cochrane Collaboration ( which looks for objective evidence ) states that if you give 71 people the vaccine, you can...
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    I built several tables from the book Tables by...

    I built several tables from the book Tables by Anthony Guidice. You can get it used for about $6 from Abe Books or I can loan you mine. PM me if you want me mail it to you. It is an excellent...
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    Walnut, walnut, walnut !!!

    Walnut, walnut, walnut !!!
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    I agree with many above. When my children were...

    I agree with many above. When my children were young, I limited my woodworking time and really enjoyed family time. I am glad I made that choice. I cherish those years more than my best piece of...
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    John, my library is the same. Some of my...

    John, my library is the same. Some of my thoughts are that woodworking is waning in popularity & some good books are never returned to the library.
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    You have a good story to tell when you relax with others at your beautiful new table Bill!
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    Well done Christian. Love the frame and panel...

    Well done Christian. Love the frame and panel construction - and that figure flowing from the middle stile into the panel is mesmerizing!
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