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Gotta please the customers, Jesse. They chose translucent, blue glass. Besides, my hats use up most of our tin foil.

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Legs are attached, first coat of watco applied. Tomorrow's job is applying the first coat of 50/50 Watco and Helmans. 4 more days and it'll be ready to go to Tucson.

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On ‎2‎/‎26‎/‎2018 at 4:49 AM, Gene Howe said:

my hats use up most of our tin foil.

Be sure to save some for Stick. :D

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21 minutes ago, PostalTom said:

Be sure to save some for Stick. :D

Tom, there's a full moon tonight. If you hurry, you might get a good buy on Alcoa stock. ;)

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No, I would probably lose money on that investment too.

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WAY TO GO.jpg

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Thanks for all the nice comments, guys. 

Herb, I'll pass that on to Phyl. She made that rug years ago. 

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You are the Rembrandt of fine mesquite Gene!

Absolutely stunning piece of art!

Thanks for taking us along on this journey. Enjoyed every step of the way...of course you were doing all the work.:D

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Gene, if I was younger, I would ask if you would be willing to take on an apprentice.  That is just exquisite.

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Thanks, Dave. I enjoyed it too and, it wasn't "work". That four letter word is not applicable in my shop.B)

 

Thanks, Tom. If I were younger, I d happily take you as an apprentice. Though I suspect I'd learn more from you than you'd learn from me.

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There aren't any words of praise left for me to use....but that is totally awesome! Wow, nicely done!

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