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    Finally, a saya!

    After seeing a saya made with a pocket knife I was shamed into finally getting my butt in gear and make one.
    I once had a redwood deck behind my house that caught fire. I salvaged some of the wood, and here is a piece of it:

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    Cool, re-using old materials is something I have been trying to incorporate alot more these days. Looks good

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    Spike, did you make the board in the background too?


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    That is a wonderful Boardsmith board! I got tired of waiting for my tuit to get around, so I went with a Forum Vendor!
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    Cool. Nice looking saya btw.

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    Thanks!
    I'll be making them for sale as soon as I burn down another deck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Thanks!
    I'll be making them for sale as soon as I burn down another deck!

    Sounds like a BBQ pit is needed

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    The BGE was responsible for the last fire!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    The BGE was responsible for the last fire!
    DOH!!

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    Butt we saved the ribs!
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