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Just finished carving a pumpkin for Halloween. I think I carved out too much. I need to adjust the depth. That should also shorten the cut time if it eliminates a pass or two. Not my design, just something I found in Neverland. I did have to make some adjustments. Probably should make fewer lines and maybe eliminate one or two. But that's my story and I'm stickin' to it. Eight inch round cut from White Oak. I guess I should wipe it down with some mineral oil to see how it will hold up. After all, it's job is to save the counter top at all costs!
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