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post #1 of 11 Old 04-13-2011, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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Curly spalted maple

I have been quiet lately, so I thought I would show pics of what I milled today. Camera phone shots (and my phone cam sucks-doesn't show the curl well). Looks nicer in person. Just a little chunk o' log I have had stashed back ''cookin''. I should get some neat projects from it. I cut some thin stock for jewelry boxes and such, and knocked off some thicker for turning.
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post #2 of 11 Old 04-13-2011, 05:11 PM
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Wow that's nice! That's gonna look great planed and finished! I'm jealous...

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That's a gorgeous looking grain Daren. Why do i get the feeling that your father may be scooping some of that wood?

There is a very fine line between a "hobby" and a "mental illness"
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Wow, Daren, that's beautiful stuff

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I am sorry I think it all looks really rotten, you can dispose of it in my shop.
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Loving it.
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I'd say... Looks like you cooked that one to perfection.

mmmm!

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Gotta say I've been quiet lately also. But I agree with the others LOOKS GREAT.

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Tim

Daren, got kiln plans just deciding where and how many LOL!!!!

Actually looking at one just to kill bugs from aged dead pcs I find in woods as stumps, limbs, fallen saplings and one to truely kiln longer time frames.
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that rotten stuff burns too fast for firewood, hope you can find something else to do with it besides heating
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Splater Maple

Looks almost like Mytrle I built a guitar out of.



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