Turning Archive 2005
Bruce McElhaney Spring Lake, MI
>Had a nice piece of Bloodwood square stock for a few months that was supposed to be dry, and seemed to be. Thought I'd make a Peppermill with it. Turned it round and drilled it out and found that it's still damp inside. What should I do with it? Go ahead and make the peppermill or try to dry the wood somehow. I hate to mess it up now. I need Help! Thanks, Bruce
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