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Old 01-08-2019, 07:16 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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I have not done chip carving although I admire ones that are well done. I have done a little nature and western carving. On this one carved everything but the branch.
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Pen turning and Upcycling objects to lamps
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Listening/collecting Jazz. Playing pool (one pocket). Pool cue cue repair and Joint Protectors. The joint protectors were a spin off from bottle stopper threading.
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Listening/collecting Jazz. Playing pool (one pocket). Pool cue cue repair and Joint Protectors. The joint protectors were a spin off from bottle stopper threading.
One Pocket I'm an avid Fan, but one pocket is for old guys with no stroke!!!
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One Pocket I'm an avid Fan, but one pocket is for old guys with no stroke!!!
Best game on the planet to learn and keep learning. Buy the book by Tom Wirth call One Pocket..a game of controlled aggression. I'm lucky to live near him. He works with me weekly. Started from scratch(no pun). I'M THE BEST IN MY HOUSE.... 8 & OUT EBorraga. And who ya calling old. I'm 72 and just getting warmed up.

I checked out your FB page. You are very talented. Beautiful work.
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1. Playing Irish music on the button box
2 See the photo - Lotus 7 replica I built from scratch.
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