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Very nice John ;)
I amazed how well the router gets the details of the berries so well .
 

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Very nice John ;)
I amazed how well the router gets the details of the berries so well .

I was even a little surprised on the detail of this one.

And they're supposed to be grapes.

HJ
 
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Omg I'm brain dead today . Meant grapes lol .
I want to talk to Cricket and see if I can get RainMan back
You should - - - In fact, WE DEMAND SHE GIVES YOU RAINMAN BACK!!!!!!! If not, try Chuck.

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cool sign John...
and you owe me Rick...

Are Grapes Considered Berries?

There is some confusion as to which “category” certain foods belong in, and most of this confusion comes from the multiple meanings of the words that we use. When it comes to foods, there is often a difference between the scientific meaning of a word, and the meaning of the word in everyday use. For instance, did you know that in the scientific sense a tomato is actually a fruit? However, when cooking we refer to it as a vegetable.

The meaning of the word berry also causes some confusion, and has lead people to wonder are grapes considered berries?

Yes, they are!

In the botanical sense, a berry is simply a fleshy fruit which is produced from a single plant ovary. This means that grapes qualify as berries, even though they are not typically referred to as such. Another food that is actually a berry, but which is not often referred to as one, is the one I mentioned earlier: tomatoes!

Are Grapes Considered Berries? | FoodAnswers.org
 

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I was really wondering about all that when I was making this one.

Thanx for the clarification.

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Diik....
 

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Nice work HJ! I am impressed with the quality of the carving when using just pine. I may need to try that vs hardwoods as it is much cheaper and easier to work with.

What tooling did you use for the artwork (grapes, berries, whatever..)?

Dave
Used a combo of a couple of Design and Make projects and clipart from Aspire.

These pine panels from Lowes or Menards seem to cut pretty good for what they are.

HJ
 

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And they're supposed to be grapes.

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Rain man drinks that Canadian berry wine...




That explains it.

HJ

Can't imagine Rick fighting bears for a few berries, though.
 
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