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Look at photos take at a Field trip to BC Woodworks
      Take a photo journey to the Texas Scrollsaw Picnic.    
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS
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          Doing Saturday morning standup, Andy Anderson admits that he is regional manager of the Federal Emergency Bird House Administration (FEBHA). Just like FEMA trailers, this example was made of scrap.L1010521.JPG (178715 bytes)

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These mirrors reflect the quality of effort Bob Wink put into the designs. The Alamo frame is a "Tramp Art" example and the other oak frames are in the style of "Arts and Crafts" and "Greene and Greene".           L1010491.JPG (140211 bytes) L1010492.JPG (162611 bytes) L1010493.JPG (278173 bytes) L1010506.JPG (169497 bytes)
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                   L1010494.JPG (252754 bytes)  L1010522.JPG (121396 bytes) D.L. Dickey showed club members his stool.  He says he doesn't know what kind of wood it is but it appears to be teak. 
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          Inspired by a world of fantasy, Monte Richard crafted this chair from a chunk of teak tree root. Monte used a pressure washer to wash and blow away all the loose particle of wood and grime. Seven coats of spar varnish finished the chair.           L1010496.JPG (973277 bytes) L1010497.JPG (235277 bytes) L1010514.JPG (148254 bytes)
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                  L1010498.JPG (127481 bytes)  L1010511.JPG (73836 bytes) Once again, Lon Kelley has bowled over members of the club with these two bowls turned from an ash log.
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Jeff Sechelski points out features of his finally crafted jewelry box, of redwood burl and bubinga. The top is marquetry.  The box is finished in several coats of shellac. L1010499.JPG (182183 bytes) L1010500.JPG (212780 bytes) L1010509.JPG (80398 bytes)
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L1010501.JPG (206981 bytes) L1010503.JPG (277485 bytes)  L1010520.JPG (129713 bytes)  John Gay purchased a grinder then made a storage facility for it.  The bottom piece allows it to be clamped down most anywhere.
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Jeremy Grubb shows off his inlay skills.  The background is pearwood whilst the inlays are paduck, wenge and ebony. L1010515.JPG (70799 bytes)
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L1010504.JPG (102126 bytes) L1010518.JPG (75416 bytes) This big bowl turned from red oak is Larry's work of art. It is finished with several coats of wipe on poly. 
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      L1010525.JPG (103076 bytes) L1010528.JPG (111384 bytes) L1010531.JPG (121963 bytes)  Steve Higginbocham explained how he crafted a cedar log into this work of art.  Steve finished it with Waterlox.
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