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  • Mark N. Akers
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    Very nice Wayne, great carving.

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  • Glenn Jennings
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    Hi Wayne,
    That is a "GLOWING" example of using a bit of ingenuity. Looks great.

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  • woodburner807
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    Nice carving and you could add a motion detector to it. Great Job!

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  • Claude
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    Well done, Wayne!

    Claude

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  • DiLeon
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    I love the light in it, makes it very nice for evening showings.

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  • Eddy-Smiles
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    Soggy! Such a bright idea!

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  • Arthur C.
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    Cute one, Wayne. Very "enlightening"!

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  • JBright11
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    Very cool!

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  • 4ND3R5
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    Nice job Wayne. Looks great

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  • Soggy
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    Originally posted by joepaulbutler View Post
    Soggy, what and luminous idea (oh....) Well done, how does it work as a night light
    It'll probably sit on the shelf and gather dust.... lol. The light has to be activated by a switch which is located just out of site behind the keepers house

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  • joepaulbutler
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    Soggy, what and luminous idea (oh....) Well done, how does it work as a night light

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  • Soggy
    started a topic Something a little different (for me)

    Something a little different (for me)

    Awhile back Anders posted pictures of a night light he had carved and it got me to thinking, ...... that might look good in a lighthouse as well. Now I must confess, I know absolutely nothing about electricity ( the wife says, I don't even know how to turn a light off most times) so, I contacted Anders and inquired what he had used for lighting and where he got it. He told me what he had used and even showed a diagram of how it was wired. So here is the end result.
    I've located the 9 volt battery in a recessed area under the light keepers house, which is removable when it comes time to replace the battery.
    it was a fun and challenging project, but one I'm in no hurry to repeat .
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