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  Roger Felps spalted Pecan hollow form Tom Canfield Pecan natural edged platter Tom Canfield spalted Ash bowlPicture of Paul Hewett's sharpening station Roger Felps brought a spalted Pecan hollow form from wood he found on a burn pile and face-plate mounted. Tom Canfield brought a natural edged Pecan bowl and a spalted ash bowl. Paul Hewett brought pictures of his portable sharpening stations that contains a drawer to hold the tools while the stand doubles as an outfeed table.
James Hampton Mesquite with pyro barbed wire James Hampton, Maple plate with gecko James Hampton spalted Maple Jerry DeGroot platters with inlay Jerre DeGroot scalloped Mesquite platter James Hampton showed a Mesquite platter with pyrographed barbed wire around the rim. He also had two maple platters that featured catches/design opportunities that were recovered by striking inlays of geckos in pearlized epoxy. Jerry DeGroot had a mesquite bowl with lots of figure, an "educational" platter and a bowl that was turned from a catch to a well done scalloped form.
Philip Medghalchi Black Locust and Live Oak bowls Philip Medghalchi Mesquite and Live Oak bowls George Taylor Memosa bowl George Taylor, Spalted Pecan bowl Philip Medghalchi brought a Black Locust bowl from wood for Washington State and a Black Walnut bowl with a bark inclusion. A Live Oak burl bowl had a catch, lost a foot, but the Mesquite salad bowl for a wedding gift made it without incident. Finish was salad bowl oil on the inside and lacquer outside. Finally, George Taylor presented his first and last Memosa bowl. (He sneezed the whole time turning it.) A spalted Pecan bowl with interesting orange streaks was apparently easier.