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Project by Earlb posted 1522 days ago 1334 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A while back i showed this cross as “bad job”. I am slow in getting things done but done right. The Texas i had to fill the crack on the back. These started as a stump i used as a jack stand for my horse trailer for years. I wanted to give something to my father-in law that i made that i thought he would like. The Texas is to remind him there is no place like it. He’s from N.C., I try not to hold that against him. Hope ya’ll approve. forgot , I used b.l.o. for the finish.

-- It is all in your perspective.





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OttoH

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#1 posted 1521 days ago

That is quite a change from the first posting of the cross. It is good to see what happens when someone takes the time to go back to a project they are not happy with and fix it. Thanks for the update on this, it was well worth your time.

-- I am responsible for how I respond to everything in my life - - Deadwood SD

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WoodyWoodWrecker

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#2 posted 1521 days ago

Nice Texas. I’ve never seen the underbelly of Texas before. Is the dark area where the oil is? :)

I once had to come to Dallas for a work related training class and have always heard that everything is bigger in Texas. I now believe it. I saw some roadkill beside the highway. It was a cow. The biggest roadkill I’ve ever seen.

-- You always have tomorrow to stop procrastinating.

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Earlb

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#3 posted 1521 days ago

The dark area is a crack in the mesquite wood. I put a clear filler in it and finished over it. Credit for the filler goes to the guys at rockler in Dallas.

-- It is all in your perspective.

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Tommy

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#4 posted 1285 days ago

Nice recovery, but again, thanks for posting both.

-- Tommy, ---- It's Never Crowded On the Extra Mile.

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