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About se7enthdevil

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  1. could be a nootka cypress (Cupressus nootkatensis) but i've never seen one with so many cones before.
  2. i'll take any scab boards you make from it if you mill it...
  3. WOW, that's worth milling just for the rarity of it. only had a 12" trunk but that split to hell. cover the endgrain with emulsion or pva IMMEDIATELY....
  4. the design will be along the lines of this one... .
  5. no idea mate, probably a right ugly geezer... might not be that lucky either, i've not told him how much it might cost yet...
  6. this block of oak is going to make a bloody incredible set of bowls... .
  7. another two sets of balls completed that were meant to be done just as lockdown came into being... .
  8. i'll need a close up of the endgrain sanded to at least 400g so i can see the pore structure... could be a silver maple?
  9. i know, i hope to get a nest of three from it.
  10. my vocabulary in english has always been remarkably high although i'm never quite sure why that is. at school they could never understand why i knew words that baffled plenty of adults... as far as other languages go i can still count to 20 in french but that's about it. when they tried to teach us french in secondary school my argument for not wanting to learn it was that the history class (and tv) teaches us we kept beating the french so i've no need. is bullshit a language because i'm fairly good at that...


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