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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-14-2011, 03:58 AM Thread Starter
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I have been a little quiet of late owing to the construction of some clocks for our mens shed.
Luckily I live next door to a wood merchant and he keeps me in slabs....however he turned up with about 20 the other night so it full bottle with the clocks!

Stay tuned for further developments....Regards.............AL
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I have been a little quiet of late owing to the construction of some clocks for our mens shed.
Luckily I live next door to a wood merchant and he keeps me in slabs....however he turned up with about 20 the other night so it full bottle with the clocks!

Stay tuned for further developments....Regards.............AL
You've come a long way Al, that clock is first class.

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Thanks Harry...That is Broughton Willow if any ones interested....Some of the slabs are redgum, so I will post some photos of them when completed, .............Regards...AL
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Are they dry Al, if not, expect lots of cracking over time.

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Yes Harry they are dry....have drowned them with Rustins and hope for the best..............AL
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