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    I was just reading through Judy Peterson's Fantasy and Legend Scroll Saw Puzzles and found that the unicorn Grizz and I cut was an advanced pattern--so in hindsight, I'm pretty proud of myself! And I'm proud of you Grizz!

    Bob

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    Bob,

    Wow! I didn't know that. And I'm glad I didn't know that at the time.
    Thanks, I'm proud of you too.

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      See, you did a lot better than you thought! Unfortunately for me, my wife thought I did so well at the advanced patterns that she skipped right through the beginner and intermediate and decided I need to cut mainly advanced for holiday presents! LOL

      Bob

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        Ouch, that'll teach ya.

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