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Old 04-29-2015, 07:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I found this pine cone on the sidewalk at the mall. Squirrels had chewed the petals off so it was a matter of just straightening the core and trimming it down to size. As I began turning it down I had a snag at the small end and could not find the piece to glue it back on. I replaced the damaged end with a piece of Ketalox. The finish is CA with a coat of neutral shoe polish.
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That turned out great! Don't let the squirrels near it now!
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Great looking pen.
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That's a very ATTRACTIVE pen !!!! ... I like how you added the Ketalox end !! ... that just sets it off !!
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Great Recovery Larry.
Spectacular Pen, Beautiful Fit and Finish.
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