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A large oak tree limb fell on our farm during a storm 4 years ago.
At the time I used my Alaskan attachment to mill it into boards and this past year I finally made a small kitchen table from it as a Christmas gift for my wife.
My first table top with breadboard ends, my first turned table legs. Lots of fun and it feels great to reclaim this material from the land where we live.
I turned the legs on my wife's grandfather's shopsmith.

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you friends with cmacnaughton your table looks very close to the one he posted this morning.very nice work,a table for the generations.
 

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Nice work. That table with a lot of firsts looks first rate.
 

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you friends with cmacnaughton your table looks very close to the one he posted this morning.very nice work,a table for the generations.

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Except I bought legs instead of turning my own and did not mill my own table top, or use breadboards!

This looks great breadly!
 

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Beautiful classic piece, profesionaly made joynery
 
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