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I just had a thought, some times it is not the size of the project, but the absolute quality of workman ship that is really appreciated by fellow craftsman. I know the boat that my Dad did is small but the quality, It like you can almost experience him in his work.

Being a little philosophically this morning. But actually not, I used to ride bike when I lived in Katy, TX sometimes 5000 miles a year. I really appreciated the guys on the Tour de France and what they went threw. I guess that is why I really apricot the work I see on this forum by you and the rest of the guys that have been doing this for a while. It takes time and effort In order to be good at anything, there is a cost, and usually it doesn't come cheap.

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That is a neat stool indeed. Pretty woods.

I wish more members would put pictures of stool samples on this forumn.

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Steve I agree , more pictures and it has nothing to do with Harry.But from a doctors perspective, do you really want people tp post "stool" samples here? Sorry Steve, it hit me funny when I read your post. You and yours have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.




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Dave I had the some thought when I first started posting this "stool". I was just waiting for someone to say something. I got to tell you, you got me laughing.

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