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  • carver6
    replied to The Maestro
    Re: The Maestro

    Looks pretty high brow in my view Don't know if he could handle a tune like Louis Armstrong could or not. Good job on the carving and paint.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to Woodcarving Collection
    Re: Woodcarving Collection

    I try. Nothing compared to your Dad's work, he was exceptional. Glad to hear you are keeping the store open. It's really a neat place to visit.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to Woodcarving Collection
    Re: Woodcarving Collection

    Does your family still have your father's carving store open on 76 hwy?
    Always have to stop in when I'm in Branson to look at the carvings and all the other goods.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to tanx minnie
    Re: tanx minnie

    My Grandad always told me the only dumb question was the one NOT asked.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to Two Heads Better Than One?
    Re: Two Heads Better Than One?

    Neat photos, Paul. The thing that bothers me is she looks like she might still be a little hungry the way she's looking up at the cameraman. Be careful when you go out at night.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to Whittling pencils ???
    Re: Whittling pencils ???

    Yes I've carved a few. They are quick carves and kids love them. I have a friend who carves pencils and gives them to kids at carving shows, local street fairs, etc. He carves mostly Santa faces and wood spirits.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to The Verdict Is In
    Re: The Verdict Is In

    Nuthin' better than Grandkids!!!!! More fun than even wood carvin'.

    Congrats!!!!!
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to Chicken Whisperer more pics
    Re: Chicken Whisperer more pics

    If you ever have access to a live chicken, you can massage its stomach and it will more or less hypnotize (sp?) it. Used to do it all the time to my Grandparent's chickens. I know, I know, I'll go back to my room now. Don't know where I learned that...
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  • carver6
    replied to Happy Birthday Paul Guraedy
    Re: Happy Birthday Paul Guraedy

    Paul, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!

    What more could you ask for on YOUR day than good friends and family? The best kind of day any day.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to All but for one thing!!
    Re: All but for one thing!!

    Better close it then cause I don't see much of anywhere else it can go. Just IMO. Don't have anything else to add.
    Garon
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  • Re: Schooner on the Grand Banks

    Bob,
    You carve the best "waves and seas" of anyone who does water scenes. I've often thought I'd like to try some of the types of carving you do but just haven't worked up the courage to try. Your water scenes are super. Thanks for posting....
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  • carver6
    replied to Pickin' & a Grinnin'
    Re: Pickin' & a Grinnin'

    Looks like Roy Clark on Hee Haw, when he was younger and slimmer. Now all you need is one for Buck Owens and Buck Trent.
    Garon
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  • carver6
    replied to Complaints about my leadership
    Re: Complaints about my leadership

    Bob,
    The person that really counts is the guy who signs your paycheck, and more than anything else is your family. You have your game plan working perfectly, so don't pay attention to anything else but that. I don't think the boss would appreciate...
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  • carver6
    replied to A pricing question?
    Re: A pricing question?

    Do it just as you mentioned in the post above. He is the one wanting the work done, you are the one doing the job. If he wants them each done by hand, price them accordingly. Just my 2 cents worth. (May be the reason I don't get a lot of carving requests):...
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  • carver6
    replied to Day of reproducing spirits
    Re: Day of reproducing spirits

    If I were buying, they would have to be hand carved, for those prices. No offense, it's just that I don't care for poured castings. There are too many on the market now messing everyone up.
    Garon
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