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Thought I would share my latest project. I found a big oak tree that had been laying in the woods for several years. After some thought I came up with a idea. I cut it down to a size that I could drag up to barn with my 4-wheeler. I used a chainsaw to cut out the shape and used my router to cut out all the indentations with. It is just shy of 5feet tall. I think it will look pretty nice sitting in my living room.
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wow!!!!!

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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wow!!!!!
Yep, that's about all that could be said, or should be said
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Exactly Angie; Todd, you're a sick puppy...LOL
Does your wife know about this new decor yet?
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What Stick said nothing else covers it.

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Impressive freehand work.

I wonder what people that don't know morels will think it is...
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Impressive freehand work.

I wonder what people that don't know morels will think it is...
young dehydrated succulent........

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Nice work.
Never ever found one that big.
Saw a postcard with a Morel loaded on a semi flat bed, though.
Good eats, big or small.

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Very realistic!!
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