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Todd Hall crafted these fine angels of aspen wood and cedar. The wings are separate pieces from the body.  The box  is made from one solid piece of cherry.  A simple walnut pin allows the lid to slide open.

 

 

 

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This train and tractor was scroll sawed by Denis Muras.  He used a Flying Dutchman #5.  It took ten blades to do the train.  The tractor is stack cutting thin sheets that laid on a solid backing.

 

 

 

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Chuck Maxwell showed us a collection of legless oak playwood TV trays that he made a few years ago.  

 

 

 

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This beautifully hand carved walking stick of cedar was crafted by Larry Washington.  Christmas tree red beads form the dog's eyes.  The cane is finished with an epoxy resin

 

 

 

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 Lon Kelley displayed two pattern boxes of maple and imbulio that was inspired by the chains that lock a pirate's treasure chest closed.

 

 

 

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Joe Rice turned this mahogany bowl and two pens; one of cocabolo and the other two of corian
 

 

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Gene Volentine proudly display this unique mahogany game table.  The top unfolds like a napkin and rotates to form a large square top.  Two coats of sanding sealer followed by two coats of polyerothane finish the table.  Gene says about 80 hours was required for this project.
 

 

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Fank Door showed us a most interesting piece of cedar taken from his patio that he was tearing down to remodel.  He pointe out that carpenter bees had made several interesting patterns in the wood.

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