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    1st turning in the new shop :)

    ..... and awaaaayyyy we go! This is hickory, largest measurement is 7 3/4" across the wings. Finished in danish oil and beall buffed.

    Nice to (finally) be turning again.

    Thanks for looking
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    Re: 1st turning in the new shop :)



    Welcome back to the swing of things. Looks like you just got back on the bike
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    Re: 1st turning in the new shop :)

    Glad you are finally getting back to be settled down.

    Must be a nice feeling
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    Re: 1st turning in the new shop :)

    Nice job on the hickory. Glad you are settled in and back to turning. &candy
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    Re: 1st turning in the new shop :)

    Looks good. Glad to see you haven't lost your touch.
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    Re: 1st turning in the new shop :)

    That bowl has the typical "potato chip" shape of a natural edge bowl and looks like it is turned almost as thin as a potato chip! Just how thin did you turn that puppy?!?

    Nice work Marc

    But....does the new house have a pool? Just wondering....
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