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Old 04-02-2009, 01:21 PM
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I've now had 3 different chainsaw carvings done by a guy who came highly recommended, and I'm still blown away at his talent!

This is the latest one. It sits by the pool, on the lake side of my house, so I was a little nervous since everyone will be able to see it, should it not come out great. They are going to do some nice looking landscaping around it when it gets a little warmer.

No worries anymore, what do you think??






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Those are the bomb!

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Very Cool Brandon, definetly some great talent there ...
Looks like spring is here for you guys lawns are Green, and Red buds are bloomin

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AWESOME...

Don't even want to know what that cost.
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Great plus its the right material to float!
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wow, thats pretty impressive. cool idea.
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That is sweeeet !!!! & as previously said much talent !!

Since you are going to be doing some landscaping around it you might as well go ahead & have it shooting a nice roostertail into a koi (sp) pond behind it...

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I've now had 3 different chainsaw carvings done by a guy who came highly recommended, and I'm still blown away at his talent!

This is the latest one. It sits by the pool, on the lake side of my house, so I was a little nervous since everyone will be able to see it, should it not come out great. They are going to do some nice looking landscaping around it when it gets a little warmer.

No worries anymore, what do you think??





Georgous work...now you need to chain that SOB to 500lbs of CC to keep some azz hole from sliding up from the river and making it there on..
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Georgous work...now you need to chain that SOB to 500lbs of CC to keep some azz hole from sliding up from the river and making it there on..
Very true unfortunately, but they will have to REALLY want it..... That particular tree was OOOOLD, and the pieces alone that were cut from it are ridiculously HEAVY. Hopefully that alone will deter some lazy POS from trying to take it.
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