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    This morning, as most Saturday mornings the LOML and I did the tour of garage sales. More than buying this is a way to explore the area, enjoy time together and see nice homes and gardens.

    I find that I like homes that have tapered (craftsman?) columns.

    I was thinking how to use that thought in some woodworking project. No, I don't want to add columns to our house and was thinking of something smaller (box, shelf, who knows)

    Anything come to mind?

    One thought now would be tapered candlesticks.

    Would appreciate some project suggestions.
    Steve in Richmond, VA with a DW-788

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    Scaled down replica's of the anti-bellum homes in your area with columns....

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