I agree....pine is a great for working. It would be nice to walk out the door and pull a slab of home grown hardwood off the pile.pine is pretty much all i've ever worked with. :smile: on rare occasion i've worked with oak. but i wouldn't call myself a woodworker, yet. i'm a DIY homeowner that has done a good deal of remodeling and basement finishing on my own house. i've done some small wood projects and a tiny bit of refinishing. it's not until recently (last month) that i worked with Walnut and Maple when building some butcher blocks. i don't know if that really counts as woodworking either. :smile: but it was different to work with, much harder, more dense. i'm looking forward to playing with more 'different' types of wood. but i like working with pine and think that a clear finish on clear pine is outstanding looking.
You suck:laughing: I am feeling a little dizzyyyyyy. Oh my chest is tighening...Then don't look at this picture...you may have a stroke :laughing:. Curly walnut.
I have been there...darn my chest is starting to tighten again...ahhhh:laughing: just turkey agian...Take a few deep breaths...and don't dare look in my gallery :laughing:. Pine is cool, but I just don't have any pictures of it there.