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Sweet table, Randy. I have to remember that top attachment method!!
 

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Great looking table-love the live edge!
 

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Very nicely done-what I would consider a rustic design.
 

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Yes sir! You did it Randy. Very nice job, the table is beautiful and it is even more satisfying I am sure that you used a tree harvested from your own property. I've had a bunch of slabs drying for a while now and have been planning on making some coffee tables. I may pick your brain.
 

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That turned out rather well! I do love mesquite. And I'll bet your shop smells really good.
 

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Might fine job for the a first time! Looks rally nice with that life edge and the grain is sweet.
 

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what a sweet little table, it was fun wasn't it randy, doing something new and learning new skills, yep that is what woodworking is all about, a really nice table, and some pretty wood…i wouldn't be surprised if you don't have another one planned…:)....
 

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That is really cool. Love the wood. Great job
 

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Ya did yourself proud sir! I like it! Randy you are really thinking "out side the box!" LOL!
 

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Love the wood.

- hoss12992
Sorry, couldn't pass it up.

By the way, awesome table.
 

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Thanks for the great comments and yes Grizz it was a whole lot of fun and yes I'll be doing a larger coffee table to match next, have to get back into box making mode for now though have some customers waiting in line. :)

Andy, love that smell of that Mesquite. :)
 

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sweet looking table Randy, it really turned out well. Did you mill the wood for the legs and supports too?

speaking of milling- I may have some spalted maple in my log pile, but I'm not sure. how can you tell?
 

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Great looking table! Looks like a fine job on the mortise and tenons as well.
 

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Thanks Tooch and Dennie

The legs I purchased the wood for 8/4, I could have made my own but chose to purchase the wood for the legs.
 

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Absolutely gorgeous, Randy.
I do love mesquite, and you did it proud.
Nice job.
 

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That looks super Randy .
Nice departure from boxes and you did a very professional job on this and the wood is perfect for this .

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