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    Default Two cribbage boards completed

    Just finished these two special order cribbage boards.


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    Very nice Dale.

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    Very cool. I love how walnut came out with the carvings. Is the second board cherry?

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    Thanks for the comments, the second one is Alder.

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    Already have a rabbit lover who wants one like yours. Haven't seen anything I knew was done in alder before, really like the look.
    Thx for sharing,
    Rick H

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    Dale, thanks. I have never used Alder but it looks really nice. At least from the picture it looks to me like slightly oxidized cherry, which I think is very handsome. Might have to try it one of these days whenever I have an appropriate project.

    - O

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    Yeah around here they call Alder the poor man's cherry. I think it is a little softer than cherry but about half the price.

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    The price difference would not be hard to deal with, especially as nice as it looks.
    Rick H

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