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  1. john lucas

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    I don't have my December issue yet but one of our members got his yesterday and brought it to the club meeting last night. My mail doesn't come until roughly 3 so I'll check on it shortly.
     
  2. Fadi Zeidan

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    John, you’re on the back cover. Really creative design. I showed it to my wife and she loved it.
     
  3. john lucas

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    Yes I also have an article on page 25 on how to do my square ornaments. Also had an article on my side hollowed ornaments in the November Woodturning fundamentals, and another article on Celtic Knots in the December More Woodturning. It was a productive last few months for me.
     
  4. William Rogers

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    Congrats John, just got my issue.
     
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  5. charlie knighton

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    received mine this afternoon....good to have with this front which I woke up to this morning
     
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  6. Bill Boehme

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    Turn your back to the front and sit close to the fire while reading the heartwarming back cover of your December American Woodturner. :D
     
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  7. Fred Belknap

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    John the picture and essay on the back cover speak volumes.
     
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  8. Fadi Zeidan

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    I agree, the story behind it gives the work such profound meaning and you can picture the story behind it
     
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    hockenbery AAW Advisor Staff Member

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    @john lucas great back cover.
    What a marvelous work!
     
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  10. john lucas

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    Thank you. I still haven't received my copy yet. Hope my postgirl is enjoying it.
     
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  11. John Torchick

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    John, that is a great looking wood turning! I read the text twice and it is has a lot of meaning to it. I'm reminded of the story of two footprints in the sand.
     

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