Hi I mentioned before making a "library" of wood samples as you get them...... but I've found some who does that one better. (Or 100 better) they make akai_saerpren
Bring it up to AnTir/West next year. There's always a nice Arts and Sciences village there, more or less across from the period cooks encampment. I'll comelyndafjellman
I'm planning on coming out of hiding/retirement/doingotherthings and going to GWW. My hope is to have a pole lathe up and running, along with some flat work.chuckp1066
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