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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-11-2017, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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Default At last, a utube video that is really helpful

Have seen so very many videos on utube that claim to be helpfule, or to teach how to do something, and posted by obviously confused people, so this video shows how to do something that is absooutely valuable information.

Make one of these every year, use oak and char the inside, then stick it away for 5+ years, and you'll think it is nectar from heaven.


https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/AairvkF_jHg
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That was a good one Theo.

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That was a good one Theo.
yup..

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Craftsmen are always fascinating to watch.
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The first video in a long time that I like, thanks for posting.
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Interesting Theo,I liked the belt sander he was using too.Thanks for posting

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Excellent video. I liked the nut anchored into his anvil to provide the proper seating of his rivets.

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Amazing.
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Thanks Theo what a great video. I also liked the music. Kinda gets a body going.

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Thanx, Theo.... Passed it on to my friends ....
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