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    Senior Member tkern's Avatar
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    The fifth photo up with the close up on the hand sharpening is awesome.

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    I'm enjoying this thread.

    Thanks for sharing, Jon!

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    Whats up with the chop on the wheel with a double sided hatchet? Is it a leather stop & he's notching it to hold more compound.
    for what ever reason it seems a bit extreme

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSChief View Post
    Whats up with the chop on the wheel with a double sided hatchet? Is it a leather stop & he's notching it to hold more compound.
    for what ever reason it seems a bit extreme
    Ha, I thought this was strange, would love an explanation.

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    Man! Some great shots and stunning looking food.

    Thanks for sharing them.

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    More Prints in the store this fall!

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    I've been super busy and haven't seen this thread until today. Really great trip, Jon, and great photos! There are a couple of the knife grinding ones that I'd love to have as larger prints to put in my kitchen.

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    Really looks like your having a good fun/work trip, lots of great food photos, the photos in the workshop are just as good. I always love seeing your dinners, you eat like I do when I go out. Keep the great shots coming.

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    the hatchet is used to keep the stones flat (over time, the places with more cuts wear more quickly), help the stone hold water better, and improve cutting speed and feeling

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