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This is so awesome! Great job, and I love his machine he's turning on!

By the way, I moved this wonderful topic to the Turners Forum.

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45 minutes ago, FlGatorwood said:

Now, he is anxious to turn.

EXCELLENT!!!

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Excellent, starting young!

 

Steve

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You have given him a wonderful gift that will last his entire life.   

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Gator...you've just completed the ultimate project...imparting your knowledge, gift and passion to a new generation.

Kudos to you and THANKS for sharing this...not bragging at all...challenge for all of us to do likewise.

Edited by Grandpadave52

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Some of the best experiences in my life have been seeing the facial expressions, and hearing the " thank-you" from men and women I had the pleasure of teaching to become certified welders. What you've taught him is forever, and tightens the bond between you. Well done Steve ! :Praise:

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Kudos Gator...loving these mentor shots and updates.

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17 hours ago, FlGatorwood said:

This was a leg of a cherry bed.  The former owners tossed it by the street.  Someone took the railings, so I took the wood. 

Found wood is great, and you can't beat the price.  Be aware, though, that it is a good way to introduce critters, such as bed bugs, into your house.  Happened to me, and it took $7000 to get rid of them.  Expensive lesson.

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