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    Hey traveling carvers
    On September 16 th there is a "Carve In" taking place at Sutherland Steam Mill Museum in Denmark Nova Scotia from 10 AM until 3 Pm, free lunch for carvers, chance to win a Lee Valley Gift Card ($50 Canadian funds LOL), everyone is welcome to come carve amongst the old mill equipment,shoot the breeze with the other carvers, if you are going to be in our area on this date we would love to see you

    PS Nova Scotia is beautiful in September,the ferry from Portland Me to Yarmouth NS is operating,come join us
    Bruce

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    No problem. I'll just cancel all my classes. LOL! Sounds like it's gonna be a great time Bruce. Enjoy!
    Terry

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    • #3
      Thanks Terry
      I am going to be teaching 10 kids how to carve a dog from Ivory soap, I could sure use your help
      Bruce

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      • #4
        Thanks for the invitation, Bruce! It sounds like a really good time. Unfortunately, my babysitting job (which pays peanuts by the way) will keep me here in New Jersey.
        Keep On Carvin'
        Bob K.

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        • #5
          Hi Bob
          Thanks for dropping by, maybe Carve In 2018 will be in your plans
          Bruce

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          • #6
            Originally posted by scotia carver View Post
            Thanks Terry
            I am going to be teaching 10 kids how to carve a dog from Ivory soap, I could sure use your help
            Bruce
            My technique using soap is to wet it down and then slowly remove layers by rubbing it on my body. I have a whole bunch of small elliptically shaped abstract soap carvings. Hope that helps.
            Terry

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            • #7
              Hi Terry
              GOOD ONE LOL

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              • #8
                Bruce - About 20 years ago I spent several weeks in Nova Scotia. Our main activity was kayaking - among the bays and islands on the east coast and on Bras d'Or lake. The locals were very friendly and helpful.

                Phil

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                • #9
                  Hi Phil
                  I think you are about due to return to Nova Scotia to see some of the things you missed first time around,having lived here almost my entire 74 years,I am finding places that I had not visited in all these years,the beaches on the Atlantic shore are some of the nicest in Canada
                  Hope you come see us in 2018
                  Bruce

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