A little time on the lathe

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Re: A little time on the lathe

#26 Post by Fukshot » Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:02 pm

Sorry man. Remember, some guy in Seattle who never has to work any harder than being cute and clever says that it gets better.

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Re: A little time on the lathe

#27 Post by SailDesign » Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:03 pm

spara wrote:Wow, just wow! It's so rare to see someone make anything by hand that it's a rare treat.
And nicely done too (in the original meaning of "nice")

I use the shop as an escape from drawing boats on a 'puter all day - time for something REAL! Mostly wooden bowls, etc., but occasionally a stool for yoga or for the grandkids, but I do a mean TP holder or paper towel holder, depending on the length.
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Re: A little time on the lathe

#28 Post by shinzen » Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:17 pm

SailDesign wrote:
spara wrote:Wow, just wow! It's so rare to see someone make anything by hand that it's a rare treat.
And nicely done too (in the original meaning of "nice")

I use the shop as an escape from drawing boats on a 'puter all day - time for something REAL! Mostly wooden bowls, etc., but occasionally a stool for yoga or for the grandkids, but I do a mean TP holder or paper towel holder, depending on the length.
Could always whip up some bullet storage containers that were LGC branded. Might have a market, and would make great raffle items for the annual meeting. Just to put that out there. :hmmm:
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Re: A little time on the lathe

#29 Post by fknauss » Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:32 pm

than being cute and clever
Yeah, but sometime's he's so good:

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Grover sure looks appreciative.
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