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24 minutes ago, MattyF said:


Rob D put some pictures up years back of some poplar that had some stunning rippling in he had milled, I'd never seen owt like it any way! Seemed to stand out a lot more than sycamore , I suppose the only down side is it will have dented easily.

 

Yep gutted I never milled more of it and kept some as not come across anything like it since! Or now you mention it I do have an old bench type table gathering dust made from some of that wood. May resurrect that now you reminded me.

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1 minute ago, Steve Bullman said:

Just gave the thread it’s first like, I guess we didn’t have likes back then. Seems an age ago 😀

 

Yep I remember when you changed over arbtalk to this new format [which now feels very normal] - what a hue and cry that raised at the time 😅

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1 minute ago, Steve Bullman said:

Some big changes next week are going to upset a few people too 🙄

 

Hmmm.... interesting - well I expect whatever you're doing will likely work out well for the long term.

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25 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Some big changes next week are going to upset a few people too 🙄

I’m upset already.  Unless you mean ditching the app (which I don’t use).

 

 Please don’t make us choose a new password every month and never use one we have used before!  
 

Or could it be the return of Vespasian….

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