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Hi Folks,
This Memorial Day was a complete "wash out" with significant rain showers all week. Unfortunately we had to cancel our vacation plans which was a big let down for the kids. The good news is that we used this time "tinkering" and having fun and completing the motorcycle project we started some time ago. I appreciate the forums feedback and hope to post our next projects soon. 
Robert and Noah 

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Robert and Noah
Very nice job.
Tell us more about the woods and stains if you used any.
Thanks for sharing.

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robleger - What a terrific job you did on the motorcycle - definitely a piece of art.
Now, I am going to assume Noah is your son - will he be allowed to play with it or is Dad keeping this one on his desk for a few years? 
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That is very nice.  I love all the different color of wood.  Great job.
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Hi robleger well done it looks great,I would like to do one but lot of small parts . You should be happy with it. George
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Just Brilliant work, luv it.
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Man, now that's a good lookin' bike.

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Hi Udie, Noah is my son and he helped with sanding and staining of parts on the bike. We are working on the Woody Wagon together using MDF boards. This is certainly different than using soft pine or oak. This project is for Liam my grandson. We have other projects we want to start on like the hot rod or semi truck. Just not enough time in the day.
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