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custom orders and generalized it to say Welcome in Italian, Polish (of course), and English. Even tried to pretend I was Scottart for a little while.
 

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I like, but not sure if I like paint, or no paint, more.

Don't know if this is possible, but looks like you could make a stack of the lower part ahead of time, then do the top in whatever language requested, then join the two.
 
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Excellent...would look great in any language...!
 

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Beautiful work, as always, John.

Speaking of wine, I just read this morning that all of the smoke from the fires in the northwest are causing problems with the grapes. Apparently, the grapes absorb the smoke through their skins, Pino Noir is very thin skinned, and is having a very negative impact. Smokey might be good on ribs, ummm ribs, but not in wine. Some vintners are predicting an extremely bad year for wine. If so, we can expect prices to go up and an upsurge in imported wines.

As if the pandemic isn't enough. Now they're taking away one way to get through it. :crying:
 

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As if the pandemic isn't enough. Now they're taking away one way to get through it. :crying:
So, make your own. It's not rocket science, even my older son made some, from a grapevine in his back yard. And surprised me, tasted pretty darn good.

Just made a short search on winemaking. Apparently you can make wine out of about anything that is fermentable. And it ain't that hard. How about pumpkin wine for example? Apples, and I don't know what all else.
 

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So, make your own. It's not rocket science, even my older son made some, from a grapevine in his back yard. And surprised me, tasted pretty darn good.
My guess is, if I tried it, after stomping the grapes the wine would taste like feet.:grin:

Seriously, I prefer to stick with woodworking. After doing it for 15 years I feel like I'm actually starting to really learn how to do it right, sometimes.
 
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