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    Tres cajas de madera

    Corto, gourdos, flacos.

    Pino Ponderosa

    3 pine boxes.jpg

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    Good looking boxes. I like how you made the handles.

    Personally, I think Pine is a very underrated wood for turning. I understand that it rare to find chunks that are turnable, but the grain and color sure can makes some great looking pieces...like these.

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    Wow, those are spectacular Curt!
    I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. ~ Albert Einstein

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    Curt, you turned some beautiful mates for the tall one! Great work on the variety of forms, and I like the variance in the length of the knobs - very well proportioned to the form. Very nice collage pic, too.

    Just some excellent work!

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    I'm liking those, especially the recessed lids.

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    Those turned out nice. I really like the grain in them....
    Doug Swanson

    Where are John Keeton and Steve Schlumpf anyway?

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    Great to see pine. I have a ton of it I was going to burn but am not having second thoughts.

    Love the shapes!
    A few hours south of Steve Schlumpf

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    Bueno, Muy Bueno

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    Mucho gusto! Hard to look at lowly pine with a jaded eye anymore!
    Your Respiratory Therapist wears combat boots

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    I'm afraid your fancy labels suffer from translation:

    Short, Fat, Weak?


    The picture of the boxes speaks for itself. Very nice!
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    The strong grain along with the excellent form makes these a stunning set.

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    Curt,
    I like them all but sometimes la grasa es hermosa.
    faust

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    Nicely done, Curt! Thanks to you and Jim Underwood, I now know how to describe myself in Spanish... Gracias!

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    Excellente!

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    Really nice Curt. I like the recessed lid and grain of the wood.
    Bernie

    Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.

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