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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2019 2:28 pm 
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Recently at VIGF, the Lee Vally rep gave me a piece of torrefied maple, with the suggestion to use it for bridges.

Well, I managed to nab a few for future use, maybe.
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Naturally, not every woodworker understands the specific requirements of us fancy pants loofahs, so a pair of potential bridges was about as much as one could ask if this sweet brick.
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Yet, there is use still. Except right now it’s too small. Needs to be doubled...
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Hydrophobic or no, it gets a good dunking...
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Add a bit of trout from Tunkwa Lake (my dads first fish after donkeys years of unsuccessful efforts, an adventure story for a different forum)...Image
A dash of salt, butter, fish seasoning, lemon, and parsley...add good wine and better company, and voila!ImageImage


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That just made me hungry!

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Colin North wrote:
That just made me hungry!


Me too!

There's got to be some angle on high temperature natural Tunkwa Lake fish oil treatment of torrified wood to run with....

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