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    Thanks for taking the time to do this.
    That was a fun read
    Just cut off the parts that don't look like a bowl...

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    That was one fine interview!!! Thanks for sharing.
    Officially Retired!!!!!!!! Woo-Hoo!!!

    1,036 miles NW of Keith Burns

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    Great interview and nice to know more about you. Those turkey calls are some real beauties. But not knowing anything about calling turkeys I've always wondered how those work.

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    Hey Bonnie, so enjoyed reading your interview and seeing your pictures; and yep, Marvin's the best. He, too, introduced me to this site and it is one of my two favorites I like to visit each day and see what folks are up to! Nice to read about you and your excellent work! Jude

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    Bonnie, I like your work. Keep it up and post often. Don't forget pics.
    What you listen to is your business....what you hear is ours.

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    Great to meet you Bonnie. Thanks for the interview and the pics. You do really nice work.
    I don't suffer from insanity; I enjoy every minute of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Fuller View Post
    Great interview and nice to know more about you. Those turkey calls are some real beauties. But not knowing anything about calling turkeys I've always wondered how those work.
    The 'striker' is used to play the call. You hold it as you would a pencil and make straight to circular motions on the call surface. Changing the motion and pressure, you get different turkey call sounds.

    Thanks for all the nice comments. I sure enjoy my time on this site

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    Great interview Bonnie ... Great to get to know ya.

    Happy Turnings,
    Shane Whitlock

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    Great interview Bonnie - love the calls. One of these years I'm going to get around to trying my hand at turkey hunting...
    Pat

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    Hey Bonnie...

    ... real nice interview. Thanks for sharing more about you and your work.
    Happy and Safe Turning, Don


    Woodturners make the world go ROUND!

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    Great interview Bonnie, thanks for the info. Checked out your web site, nice. I have had a pattern to make a turkey call for over a year now, but just haven't gotten around to it. Don't really do any hunting but have friends and realitives that live by it. A couple of them hunt turkey.

    If y'all ever make over to the Baton Rouge area, give me a yell. We'll make a few shavings in the shop.

    Bobby
    Louisiana

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    Thanks for the invite Bobby If we're ever down in your neck of the woods I'll definitely give a yell.

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