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Old 08-19-2018, 02:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Sorry about getting this so late, but am on the tug boat now. When I get home on vacation I would be happy to chop off half of the 2 foot long piece I have and send it to you. No need to swap. I will still have enough to make a few blanks for myself as needed.
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Sorry about getting this so late, but am on the tug boat now. When I get home on vacation I would be happy to chop off half of the 2 foot long piece I have and send it to you. No need to swap. I will still have enough to make a few blanks for myself as needed.
Thanks Karl. I sent you a PM this morning with all the info. Thanks again for this very nice offer- Tom
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Try the Tropical Exotics Hardwoods, in Carlsbad, CA. A few years ago Mitch had some wood off one of the ships - -I forgot which one. P.
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