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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I'm afraid to open this thread any more. I wish they had parental controls on this forum to block me from the sexy wood channel.

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    Lol you got that right!
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    nice cocobolo from a shop in my area.

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    Thats is some cool looking coco! How big are those boards?
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    would have to call to be sure 1-2 by 60 by 4

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    koa slabs

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    Tatajuba table they have turning stock also it is a nice place in Carlsbad ,CA.http://www.anexotichardwood.com/newstuff.html

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    I was there yesterday!

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    "That's not a table, this is a table!"

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    I have saw dust in my veins mixed in with a little blood, I'm sure by now I have an equal amount lodged in my lungs as well. I don't deal in the exotic woods staying with hard maple, a species of mahogany, cherry and walnut. But I do have a love for beautiful woods and have saved some curly walnut for a special occasion. Once in a while I see some curly maple appear but it ends up in a board hidden from view. That makes me sad.

    BTW When I go to the lumber yard, it isn't that hard to come back with 1000 to 2000 pounds of wood stacked on the trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
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    nice cocobolo from a shop in my area.
    *@%&! That is crazy! Did you buy it? I couldn't have left without that wood. I don't have any idea what I'd do with it, but it would be mine!
    - Sean

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