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Sure thing ... here you go: http://www.heirloomseeds.com/cucumbers.htm
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On Fri, 17 Jun 2005 11:13:22 -0500, the opaque Patriarch

I'm sorry, sir, but those have been banned from interstate transport by the DHS. As their spokesperson said "Heavens, you could poke your eye out with one of those terrorist-inspired, demonic things!"
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I know how to make them for the tomato plants but I may need to buy a new stationary tool for the cucumber ones. Let me run it by SWMBO.

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I got a Jet 1442 lathe recently, but the 20" bed extension will come in handy, should I decide to turn some Shaker style pointy sticks for garden frames.
PS: Surprise SWMBO. That always delights them, right?
Patriarch, who has heard that seeking forgiveness is often easier than getting permission.
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Patriarch wrote:

Nice driveby. I prefer to make them out of cherry then stain them ebony and finish them with polyurinestain.
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Well, yeah, but you live where cherry is a local wood. Here, we start with walnut. But the same finishing schedule could apply, except it would reduce the effect of the juglone.
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I didn't think they could be used outdoors. Do you have to do anything special to them, like wipe them down with acetone?
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wrote:

Very nice, the curly maple is very striking. What are the relative dimensions?
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wrote:

Hi Mark,
About 14-1/2" wide, 9-1/2" deep, and about 6" tall excluding feet (the feet are another 2-1/2").
It is really nice maple. I've got a friend of a friend who brings wood in once a month from his mill in Iowa (the lumber is his excuse to come hunting and fishing here in Colorado). He's got some really nice figured maples (especially the soft maples like what he calls "red leaf"), great spalted maples, and some awesome walnut. He used to have really great cherry, too, but sadly the supply seems to have dried up for him like it has for everyone else. Every once in a while he brings something unusual like quartersawn sycamore or figured birch. Looking through that wood every month is like being a kid in a candy store.
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Thanks.

I'll bet. Very neat
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