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    Senior Member markenki's Avatar
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    Looking good, Maxim. What does the kanji say?

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    To be hones i forgot direct translation it is long poetry, that Kanji is over 30 years old and i got it as gift from my friend and supplier.
    Maybe some Japanese guys can help here

    Here are more pictures, i got my bonsai from Germany

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    oh my!!!! spectacular!! Well done indeed!

    "a place for everything and everything in it's place"

    your Pug is way cute too, I once had a Russian family in the apartment above me in LA who had 12 of them (yes 12!!) such personality!

    Speaking of, glad to see you are hanging those Kanayama strops above his maximum jumping height! LOL

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    Thanks, i still did not set up my razor aria. For my japanese and old western razors.
    It is way to dangerous aria for Pug so i keep here away from that room

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    Thanks, i still did not set up my razor aria. For my japanese and old western razors.
    It is way to dangerous aria for Pug so i keep here away from that room
    probably for the best!

    I've got a St Bernard who is as tall as a mini-horse (and a Bernese Mtn dog and Alsatian/German Shepherd) but it's the Saint I worry about, he can literally reach the kitchen counters without much effort WHILE standing on all four paws!

    - and when I adopted him he was completely UNTRAINED - took a year but I finally got him trained pretty well now, but it's still scary just knowing if he chose he could grab anything off most any shelf in my house LOL

    will keep my eye on this thread as I keep my eye on your website

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    Finished

    I am finished
    Finally i have a space where i can show my products and come and try some stones !

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    Now i have to make outdoor workshop for cutting stones

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    Very nicely done , turned out great .
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    That's awesome.

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