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Here are some carvings I do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camper6 View Post
    Street you are an inspiration. I was telling you about a finding driftwood to carve. I found a piece.

    I have no idea what kind of wood it is but it is hard and retains its edge.

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    Very nice Sir! Great job that is a great carving my friend. That piece of wood reminds me of the very first carving I ever did and it might be cottonwood. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by street View Post
    Very nice Sir! Great job that is a great carving my friend. That piece of wood reminds me of the very first carving I ever did and it might be cottonwood. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
    Thanks' It's nice to be able to share hobbies. I hope you don't mind me jumping into your thread. I don't find too many that still do wood carving. You can't make too many mistakes and just hope to glue it back together again.

    I like to talk about wood and tools and of course the photography involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camper6 View Post
    Thanks' It's nice to be able to share hobbies. I hope you don't mind me jumping into your thread. I don't find too many that still do wood carving. You can't make too many mistakes and just hope to glue it back together again.

    I like to talk about wood and tools and of course the photography involved.
    Absolutely you can jump in that is what is all about. Here is the first one I ever did. I used this log to sit on at the ranch when I went fishing. It was about 8feet long and hollow for the most part. One day I decided to carve something and have been messing round with carving ever since. I do about 4 a year if I feel like it.

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    [QUOTE=street;644544]Absolutely you can jump in that is what it is all about. Here is the first one I ever did. I used this log to sit on at the ranch when I went fishing. It was about 8feet long and hollow for the most part. One day I decided to carve something and have been messing round with carving ever since. I do about 4 a year if I feel like it.
    ggggggg

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    Wow street, you've got some serious talent there. Beautiful work!
    Sunshine for Texas & Florida please.

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    street, I am amazed at your talent and the wonderful carvings you make.
    Thank you for posting and letting us enjoy your great work.

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    Beautiful carvings !
    There are big ships and small ships.
    But the best ships of all are friendships.

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    I found out that cottonwood is a poplar. That's hardwood. You need sharp tools for that.

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    Some of the photos are no longer available, perhaps an issue with Photobucket?
    But there's really impressive woodwork output you have.

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    It must be photobucket. My photos are still there. I don't use an outside source.

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