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    Hi EveryOne, here are a couple of pictures of some special orders that I designed. The Broken Wheel Campground is located near Stonewall Jackson Lake, WV. The Treed Black Bear is for a bear hunting club. Steve
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    I love the tree Steve. Great work.
    Diane
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    • #3
      Nice work Steve, I've never seen a treed bear pattern before, as a twist have you ever thought of a treed dog and a pack of bears at the base...no really I am serious it would be a riot.
      Todd

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      • #4
        Todd, that would be a hoot. It brings to mind the buck deer with the rifle. I designed the treed coons first for another hunting club that have coon hunts. The group from the local bear hunters assoc. wanted me to do a bear. The original coons has a mini clock. Steve
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        • #5
          Those are great, Steve .. and I like Todd's idea too. Kinda like the idea of a hunter in the tree too - maybe surrounded by a selection of animals ...
          Ian

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          • #6
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            Steve. The sign is absolutely GREAT!!! If it is to be used outdoors, what kind of glue did you use? It must have been quite a trick getting all the letters in their proper spacing and then gluing them so none of the glue showed around the edges.
            Buzz
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            • #7
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              Originally posted by Buzz
              Steve. The sign is absolutely GREAT!!! If it is to be used outdoors, what kind of glue did you use? It must have been quite a trick getting all the letters in their proper spacing and then gluing them so none of the glue showed around the edges.
              Hi Buzz, I used elmers wood glue on this sign. It is outside on their porch which is covered and protected from rain, snow ect., I also gave it extra sealer when I was finishing. Although when I made it I was told that they were going to put it on the inside. Thanks for the kind remarks, Steve
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              • #8
                Really nice job Steve! Those will be a "hit" for sure.
                ‎"Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They're easier to ignore before you see their faces. It's easier to pretend they're not real before you hold them in your arms. But once you do, everything changes."

                D. Platt

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                • #9
                  I have used Elmers yellow glue for years. Lately I have been using Aleene's, both original and thick Tacky Glue. The best part of this is it dries clear. It's almost impossible to see squeeze out. Also, I haven't had a holding problem although I haven't used it under extreme situations. I mostly use it for scroll saw projects, desk name plates, wall hangings etc. I just fixed a wooden chair for our oldest daughter using Aleene's. Only time will tell if it holds.
                  Buzz
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                  • #10
                    Nice job, Steve. I love to see all the photos. Can sometimes spark inspiration. Thanks for sharing.
                    Mike

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