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Hawaiilad AKA: Larry

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Here is a toy set for our Grandson.  Made from simple pine and sealed with mineral oil/ beeswax.  I sure remember playing with toys like this....does anyone else remember??
Penny's Little Pony Stable

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Hi Larry,

Great job on Penny's Little Pony Stable! Love the photos. I wish I had a play set like this when I was a kid!
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Thanks Cynthia,

As you can see, I didn't include the barn..  That will come later.  I think next time I will use different colored woods.
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Hi Larry,

We'll look forward to seeing more of your photos!
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Larry
Your Penny's Little Pony Stable looks terrific and I am sure it has a really nice feel to it after applying the Bee's wax. Yes, I remember having wooden toys at the cottage in my early youth and the same toys were there and enjoyed by my children. They are timeless.
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Larry love it, takes me back to the wooden toys when I was a kid, thanks for showing.
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that is well cool i think any child would love to get a toy like that.
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Great job,really amazing.
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Larry

I just saw your post above for the first time, and wanted to tell you nice job.
I too really like the fence.

Good job and thanks for posting.
Looking forward to seeing the barn.

Thanks for sharing your work and ideas.

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Great job Larry - thanks for sharing!
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