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I caught most of this episode Saturday on one of our local PBS channels as a part of the A Craftsman's Legacy Series. The original broadcast was dated 2015 but I'd never seen this episode. I really enjoy the series. First video is the PBS trailer clip for the episode. To watch the full episode go to http://www.craftsmanslegacy.com/user/login You have to create an account to gain access to watch the full episode. You can also go to https://www.youtube.com/user/curtisbuchanan52 and watch the uncompressed versions of his process. No doubt many of you have knowledge of him...I'd never heard of him...really enjoyed watching.
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