Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
Turning lesson this evening

steve antonucci
>Yeah, I learned something new tonight...

I learned that turning the wet Norfolk Island Pine that David Chung sent me should be done in an old, long sleeve shirt. Why you might ask?

Well, I've turned wet wood before. In fact, I'd dare say the piece of ambrosia maple I sent to him is wetter than the NIP I got back. However, it's not as resinous.

Spent a few minutes with every hair on my left arm being glued together, wiping myself down with Goo Gone. Came right off, by I know what the fly in the amber felt like.

Steven

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