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    Connie: Try the american woodshop, it has had alot of the top woodworkers in North America. I think Rick Landis is in it.

    steve

    it is episode #1108 ( go to yahoo.com and list american woodshop and look under episodes) ???

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    Connie, I didn't see that show so I went to http://www.pbs.org but could not find a show relating to scrolling. I did a search for 'Rick Landes' and got no answer. If you can remember the name of the show you watched (check your TV guide) and do a search, I bet you can find an answer to your question.
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    Looking for wood finish

    Yesterday I saw a program on public television and the guy mentioned some wood finish called 'Curfwood Cream', (unsure of spelling). Has anyone used this and where do you find it? Also do you know if Rick Landes, scroller that was on show, has a web site? He did a great compound scrolling project.

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