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First attempt at carving a dog. My daughter was happy with it. Back to more practicing. 

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Very nice. I used to keep a "Dog Log" when I was running my sled team. I never thought of one of those. But training sled dogs doesn't leave much time for anything else.

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Thanks Hardrada, I wish I had smoothed out my beveling around the head a little more. I thought I had it faded out good until I stained it, then my mistakes showed up. Lol. Oh well, at least it wasn't for a paying customer. Lol

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4 minutes ago, tsunkasapa said:

Very nice. I used to keep a "Dog Log" when I was running my sled team. I never thought of one of those. But training sled dogs doesn't leave much time for anything else.

Thanks tsunkasapa. My daughter started raising and selling golden retrievers, she uses it a lot.

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Beautiful work.  Always fun jumping on here and seeing talents and abilities put to work.  Any daughter would be proud of that fine piece of craftsmanship, 'specially since its from Dad. I am sure there will be even more conversations regarding your work between the two of you.  Thanks for sharing!

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That is beautiful work! collars next? 

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I see the dog has a ball in it's mouth.  Any chance your daughter does Flyball?  Very nice work on the journal

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1 hour ago, Hasbeencowboy said:

I see the dog has a ball in it's mouth.  Any chance your daughter does Flyball?  Very nice work on the journal

Thanks everyone.  Hasbeenciwboy, I don't think so, I'll have to ask. The dog loves to retrieve anything you throw, especially tennis balls.

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