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#11553008 - 04/19/16 04:44 PM new tying station
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Registered: 06/12/10
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Loc: Blacksburg, Va.
Well the rain has kept me home this week so far, Messed around and built a TV stand and some wall mounted book Shelves for my daughter's room. With the left over scrap pieces of beetle kill pine that I used from it, it was time to build a new tying station. This is what I came up with so far. Still a work in progress and doesn't have any finish on it yet. Also have three small bowls being glued and clamped to turned tomorrow.

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#11553244 - 04/19/16 07:15 PM Re: new tying station [Re: mbarker68x]
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that will do fine-p-

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#11553434 - 04/19/16 08:42 PM Re: new tying station [Re: mbarker68x]
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thanks p. built from the scraps of other projects, so basically I have $23 into a TV, stand, 3 wall shelves, and a tying station. I think that qualifies for frugal, lol

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