Jist a few pen blanks cut today

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Tim K

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Spalted Maple, historic white oak and some nicely figured walnut.....
 

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The historic white oak is the General Stonewall Jackson "prayer tree" it's been said to be about 350 years old and finally was brought down in a storm in 2010. The wood was donated to a couple of wood turning clubs to extend the life of the tree through art.
A picture of the most resent pen that I have made is below.
 

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I remember the days of just cutting a few blanks....then you get a sawmill and bigger chainsaws and then everything else gets put on hold......why, oh why!





Cool Oak, history needs to be remembered!!! And I like what you did with the turquoise on that pen too!!!!





Scott (go through a few blades a week) B
 
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