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Well I have done a number of tries at this wood burning. Think I am better with the wood in the stove:
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Looks pretty good to me Larry. I really like the last one with the 2 dogs in it.

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Fantastic burnings Larry. Those are really nice!

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Nice work, Larry. I like the 2 dogs, as well. Really inspirational. Makes me think of getting out the old woodburning tool that has sat in the drawer for more years than I can remember.

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Hi Larry

They are all beautiful pieces, but in my eyes the owl is the piece I admire the most.

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"Think I am better with the wood in the stove:"

Yes Larry, I have to agree with you.










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Very nice burnings and artwork Larry,

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Larry very nice. Really like the lab reminds me of my old dog.

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Thanks all - the two dogs were my son's. Both have passed away - so I took some old photo's that were taken of them and placed then as you see the wood burning. One thing that I really like about wood burning is the fact that you can added it to other items that your building. All the photo's have some wood burning with in them.
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