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    Hello All, I have not posted anything in awhile because it is winter. Although the winter has been very mild here in NJ, it seems the week-ends are always colder than the week-days, so I cannot get any cutting done in my unheated garage. I have managed to sneak a few hours here and there. I am working on a Mantel Clock from Berry Basket called "America's Pride" and here is the base completed. I have used red oak, basswood and mahogny. I have 7+ hours on this and many more to go. Most of it will be done in red oak. As always suggestions and comments are welcome. Thanks.
    Mark
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    Wow I went to there site to look at this clock and when you say you've got a lot more hours to put in to it you're not lyin, this is going to be a beautiful piece when you're done.Jerry
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      Good to hear from you, Mark! Looks like you are off to a great start on that clock. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
      Homer : "Oh, and how is education supposed to make me feel smarter. Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain."

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        Nice looking start on the clock Mark. I have the CD with a lot of those clocks by Rick Longabaugh, just haven't started any. Of course the Belltower was my first "large" clock.
        Merle
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