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post #1 of 2 Old 03-27-2008, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Bump on a log

I have been really busy sawmilling for the last 2 weeks, but I got rained out today. I was going to stack fresh cut lumber on stickers to air dry in the shed (which I had plenty to keep me busy all day) but my Dad came by and helped, leaving me with a few minutes to kill. I have to explain how he helps...he hauls a truckload off so I don't have to stack it . He is a very good woodworker, and I guess a fortunate one, his son has a sawmill.
So anyway I milled a walnut a couple days ago that had a cool bump on it, not a burl just a bump. I cut it off thinking one of my turning buddies may like it and stashed it back. It looked really solid (not quite, but hey). I was kicking around the shed and decided to turn it myself. I just roughed it out. I will resurrect this thread once it dries and I finish it. I don't contribute to the wood turning section much, so I thought I would with my half done little bump. There is more figure that shows in the fuzzy pics, more later ?
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post #2 of 2 Old 04-13-2008, 02:22 PM
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Kool! can hardly wait to see good pics when its done, so I'll wait softly.

Ducking behind a pile of boards,

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