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Lon Kelley shows the simplicity of making toys. The toy plane is of poplar and the wings of mahogany.          ToysSep05-01.jpg (150944 bytes)  KelleySep05-10.jpg (198831 bytes)  ToysSep05-02.jpg (116646 bytes)
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 LetterMSep05-09.jpg (154865 bytes) SerigSep05-12.jpg (110562 bytes)

       The Letter "M" is being brought to you by Dennis Serig. Carved out with an exacto knife plus some scraping, chiseling and sanding.
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A bench of "Dottie Wood" by Jim Robertson.  Looks very sturdy        TableSep05-03.jpg (240991 bytes)   RobertsonSep05-13.jpg (189781 bytes)  TableSep05-04.jpg (208004 bytes)
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 ChairSep05-05.jpg (186842 bytes) ForbesSep05-14.jpg (119008 bytes)  ChairSep05-06.jpg (161111 bytes)        An Adirondack chair...oops, I mean a Southern style Fan Back chair of salvaged deck board is demonstrated by Dottie Forbes.  Painted in oil based Rustoleum. 
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A table of pine houses the N-gauge Robert Sandlin Railroad.    TrainTableSep05-07.jpg (213569 bytes)  SandlinSep05-15.jpg (170972 bytes)   TrainTableSep05-08.jpg (225938 bytes)
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  OldToolsSep05-18.jpg (155502 bytes)  HowardSep05-17.jpg (126379 bytes)        No, these are not flea market items but are old tools that Jim Howard grew up on.
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Pam Kelley operates the "slide" projector while Lon Kelley presents to club members their saga to build, in their garage, a Lancair ES.  Yes, it is an airplane, however, he did not "fly" it out of his garage nor did they have to take it apart to get it out.  The project required lots of assembly, gluing, sanding and then painting with an epoxy primer followed by eight gallons of automotive paint; two base coats and two clear. Lon and Pam have logged several hundred hours of real flight.  KelleyLonSep05-20.jpg (113563 bytes)

  KelleyPamSep05-19.jpg (145207 bytes)

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