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    I saw a pattern of aViolin/Fiddle the other day and I have a friend that plays one so I cut it out of a piece of 1/2" Oak (it was about 10" Tall) and put a clock movement in the body and took it to him today and the smile it put on his face was worth all the money I've spent on Saws, Blades, Wood, glue, etc.
    Merry Christmas to ME!

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    WE like pictures.

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    • #3
      yup, it never happened unless you post pictures!


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        "Still Montana Mike"

        "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
        Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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          Well I'm still a little in the dark about pics. I take pics of my stuff on my iphone but don't know how to get them from the phone to here.

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            dont feel bad okie, i have a new cell phone with a camera but the **** thing doesnt let me send a picture to my email. how stupid is that?


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            • #7
              Well I tried sending an email and it wont do that either. I can push print and it will print out on our epson printer with no cable but I can't get it to send an email. I'm some what computer challenged anyway. Maybe my wife can figure it out for me. LOL

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