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Old 09-27-2011, 08:17 AM   #1
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Do You Need A Hobby? Pencil Carvings.

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Pencil Carvings
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:20 AM   #2
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That is absolutely amazing. With Sir Arthur of Itis having setteled into the hands, I cant even imagine doining carving with a small chain saw much something as delicate at those carvings.
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Amazing!

Great hobby for RVers because it doesn't take much room. Unlike mustang652, I haven't been visited by Sir Arthur; but, alas, my eyes are getting too old.
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Not to take away from the pencil carvings, but there is another place that is a must visit if you are in the area anywhere. It is in Dover, OH.

Master Carver Warther Museum

If you view the Gallery on the web site, please keep in mind that every train, or item, you see there was carved in detail by Master Carver Warther. Some of the dining cards you can see people sitting inside. Train engineers have marveled at how detailed the carvings are.

It is more amazing to see up close and personal.
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More old coots with no lives and too much time on their hands?

I think I'll stick with the hobbies I already have - they keep me busy enough...
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More old coots with no lives and too much time on their hands?

I think I'll stick with the hobbies I already have - they keep me busy enough...

Someday it will be your turn to be an Old COOT
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HMPHHhhhhh - what do you mean "someday" - at 75, I'm already THERE!

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