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  • Some of ya'll would probably like to kick me......

    as I could kick myself.
    A long while back I was in Mt. View Arkansas and someone told me where I could get a bunch of red cedar scraps.
    It was very small pieces, some maybe an 1-1/2 inch square by maybe 6-12 inches long, and some very thin, maybe a 1/4 inch thick.......
    I loaded up and brought home several boxes of it. It was dumped down a road by a factory there that makes cedar furniture.
    Well, the story goes I had mostly quit woodworking and I moved to another house....and I think I burned up most of that wood. I could kick myself.
    I might still have one box out there in my workshop that I've moved to now.
    Anyway, I'm going by there in about a week and see if I can find that spot again.
    I don't know why I did that. People do dumb things and I'm the Queen of Dumb sometimes.
    Ya'll don't chew on me too hard.

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    with a ready supply like that, shoot, burn it if you need to.
    Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.



    StephenD


    The Southern Arizona Woodturners Association
    Desert Woodcrafters
    Grandpa for the 7 most amazing children.

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      A just remember the sun will come up tomorrow. Don't sweat it and just keep smiling
      Any bad day in the shop is better than any good day at work

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