I grafted a newtown apple to a pear tree in Idaho. I really did not expect it to take. To my surprise, it worked.
A customer brought this sleeper into the shop awhile back.
We pulled the forearm, and discovered the mark of the old master, Monte Kennedy, dated Sept. 1950.
The 78 Sharps Borshardt is a highly desireable piece, sadly many of them were butchered into varminters in the post war years. This one at least had an appreciative owner, and it wore its last 70 years quite nicely.
OK, I surrender....
I don't do Facebook, or Linkedin, or twitter, or God knows what else is out there.
At the very least, I would like to bring this old website back to life with a bit of attention on my part.
Treebonecarving.com was launched almost 20 years ago, and a lot of the fuzzy pics are originals.
I will try to keep current with posts that may be of interest to folks that have an interest in stockmaking.
I have accumilated a bunch of finished project photos that customers have sent in, which I greatly appreciate, but have failed to post on the site. I hope to correct that....
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