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    Default Report on the Gembloux knife show

    Not really a razor meet per se, but a knife show I attended with several other knifemakers.

    Here you can find all the pictures I took from the meet itself:

    https://wordpress.com/post/snailforge.wordpress.com/187

    And here are the things I brought home with me:

    https://wordpress.com/post/snailforge.wordpress.com/332
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    Til shade is gone, til water is gone, Into the shadow with teeth bared, screaming defiance with the last breath.
    To spit in Sightblinder’s eye on the Last Day

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    I see some pretty stuff down the road.
    Congrats on a great haul.
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    Thanks for all the great pictures of the show. Really nice knife that you bought. I did visit the sellers site. Very nice stuff.
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    Bruno, looks like you had a great time and got some really cool stuff!

    I just started learning how to stabilize wood myself, with the pretty standard shop-built vacumn chamber and pressure pot using cactus juice. have only done a couple dozen pieces of cottonwood burl, but its pretty cool. mine is mostly for wood, as I have a ton of cottonwood and boxelder burl that I cut from my property and quite a bit left to cut on nice days this winter. I bet you will enjoy stabilizing as it gives you a lot of freedom :}
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