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  • Merry Christmas From Dixie

    My wife was given this ornament this week as an early Christmas stocking stuffer. It was given to her by my daughter-in-law, who last year, gave me a pizza peel and a wood fired oven recipee book.

    Merry Christmas from the piney woods .
    joe watson

    "A year from now, you will wish that you had started today "

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    Re: Merry Christmas From Dixie

    Awesome! That would make any tree proud
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    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/les-build-4207.html

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      Re: Merry Christmas From Dixie

      Thank's Les,
      It is back on the tree, and I am quite proud of it.

      Now, as Paul Harvey used to say, here is the "rest of the story". Turns out that it was given to my wife (instead of me) as a sort "dirty santa" type gift.

      That being, that everyone else down here knows that my wife is not as fond of the time, $, and work being put into this project as I am .

      The husband is always the last to know , and I am now sure that my yankee daughter-in-law will fit in just fine with the rest of us .
      joe watson

      "A year from now, you will wish that you had started today "

      My Build
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        Re: Merry Christmas From Dixie

        a perfect gift... to be sure. Your daughter in law understands you.

        Chip
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          Re: Merry Christmas From Dixie

          Originally posted by Les View Post
          Awesome! That would make any tree proud
          And, the real thing, would make any tree, FUEL!

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          • #6
            Re: Merry Christmas From Dixie

            Gulf,

            That is a great ornament. Based on what I see you are cooking, the time, dollars, and effort with be understood by the recipients of the great food. Happy Holidays....
            Russell
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