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Offline sandy

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Dancing Clock
« on: March 02, 2015, 04:09 PM »
My grandson, Ian, had several days off from school which has been closed due to snow(less) days out of fear of another storm like we had, here, in Atlanta in 2014.

The plans were in Wood magazine, and they are available on the web, as well.  It's made of oak, and finished with Varathane Honey Oak poly stain.  I used my RO-90 and Carvex PS-420, along with a bandsaw.

Ian was happy to have a "grandson" clock, as his dad already has a Grandfather clock.

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