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Dwight, well i finely got the garden in a can get back to work on making some more knifes . the winter was a lil harsh so i had to stop till weather broke I get to Ky once and a while just across the line though up by clarkrange the Military post. lol I'll post some wood projects for you some time when i get them loaded or find the pic cards my youngens have moved them . they are not to fancy just stuff i played around with for awhile.
We...I speak for those who view and do not post...like to see what others are doing, it inspires us...
We lived in Hohenwald , a little west of you, for a couple of years , when the girls were little.
I'm new to DG, always been interested in plants and such, but I have also always been a woodworker. Way back when I took it in high school. Here is a picture of a toy made from old pallets, high lighted with walnut trim.
Ret_sgt_yates, nice work on the knives. I do some blacksmithing mmyself. The last knife I made ,I think was *250 something layers of bandsaw blade and mild steel, all forge welded in a coal fire.
I started a new thread on blacksmithing , so maybe I could post a pic of my damascus knife on there, along with some of my other projects of hear late. working on a braided croos, from 1/4" round bar. It's been a little tricky, but I think it's starting to come together.