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I visited the widow of a long time friend that passed away recently.  We sorted thru some of the stationary power tools and their accessories for sale.  Next will be portable power tools, then the hardware store and lumber yard, as she put it.


One of the things he did was turning little decorative "bird houses" that were ornament sized.   He had a few pieces of exotic wood roughly 2x2x10 and a piece of ebony that he never got to.   What would be a good way to find a turner who might be interested?


There were also a bunch of "half logs" probably destined for bowls.

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