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post #1 of 6 Old 12-26-2007, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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Seggy's Dream - a Woodturning Story

Thought you might like this guys, great turning and brill animation of the filming. Segment turning.. LB.. Hope you all enjoyed christmas day. enjoy the rest of the holiday folks..


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRn_mzDYq-s

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That was pretty neat. Unfortunately Seggy probably would have went in the woodstove long before she got used around my shop.
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YOU WOOD KILLER..You have no heart and to much wood, give it to me and keep the coal you were going to send ..LB
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You have no heart and to much wood,
Maybe. I did a eBay search for past listings (that was sold as a charity auction and the money donated to the American Cancer Society, like the video said)...it went for $5,600.

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You see what happens when you don't burn the Seggy's of this world Its a lot of money for a turning, okay it goes to a good place but shows what sort of money some folks have. He does do some nice work though have a book of his myself, sis got it last christmas for me...LB
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Thanks for that l.b., i enjoyed watching seggy "turn" into a bowl.
pun not intended , o.k. then it was
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