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    That's some of the most beautiful woodwork I have ever seen. Get back into it brother, not many people possess talent like that. It needs to be exploited!!!

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    good stuff!
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    Beautiful work. I build a few tables from old barn wood. But I'm not in your league.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by rook3434 View Post
    Sorry could not rotate pic.
    No problem ....

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    Nice work.
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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamrock View Post
    Again very well done Ron. Do you have any photo examples of the tree before and after? I see some pretty gnarly looking dead stump juniper's in the Colorado Plateau of Colo, Utah & northern Az. I'm wondering what the difference is between and your western Juniper, which appears to only grow in your state and some in California.
    Thanks Grant, Ive seen Utah Juniper from Utah and Wyoming that has similar characteristics, but the wood is more of a red color, like Red Cedar.......Have also seen some from Colorado that is closer to what we had in Oregon.......

    Here's a couple of before and afters....I had more raw wood pics, but lost a ton of pictures when a one of my computers crashed.
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    Seeing those stumps reminded me of when I was stationed in San Antonio. Had an aunt & uncle who lived just a little north and they had tons of cedar stumps. I "almost" got into something similar back then! Been so long now that I can't even remember why it never happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rook3434 View Post
    Beautiful work. I build a few tables from old barn wood. But I'm not in your league.
    Sorry could not rotate pic.
    Looks great to me!!
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    Wow, that's awesome how you can do that.
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    Thank you.
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    Really nice work Ron!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronwoodcraft View Post
    Looks great to me!!
    Me to. Excellent work rook.

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    Oh Man. F'n fantastic. You really pulled fantasm out of those gnarly junipers. Amazing creations!. I knew you were an artist from your photography. This just reinforces my opinion. Great work!


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    Many Thanks Everyone, This is a full size juniper bed in progress. Finding pics in my old photobucket account. I lost the finished pictures......I worked with pine too, and may post some of that in followup posts.
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