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    Default Kiama wood show 2010

    Another year, larger, better than ever and a great day drive down from Sydney.

    KIAMA wood show on again on the weekend 13-14 March 2010

    Location: At the hall on the left coming into town from Sydney, around 200m from the main street.

    Tools, finishes, demonstrations, timber items for sale, advice........ displays of local work, a great mixture of various timbers for sale, slabs, boards, turing blocks.

    Not sure if there is an entry cost?

    See you there

    Greg

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    From whats on the Kiama Woodcraft Website, entry is free.
    Pat
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    I might have to hijack Mal's truck load before he gets there.

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    Update
    Demonstrators are sharpening tools
    Exhibitors polishing madly
    Mal is loading timber to take down to the show next weekend at Kiama. Burls, slabs, boards and blocks

    A reminder, the show is a short drive south of Sydney at one of the prettiest towns on the NSW coast, entry is free and they are a great bunch of mad woodies.
    Come down for the day.
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    Default Kiama wood show

    Last call.
    This weekend.
    The weather will be fine.
    Lots of rosewood, huon and other blocks as well as boards,
    Lots of good people.

    so ....... see you there.

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    Local Fish n Chips aren't bad either

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    What a beaut day Kima turned on great weather, fine food, good display and Mal's Boutique Timbers and Wood_eze supporting by making the journey.

    These photo's of Mal & Greg Wards wood were taken before Pat turned up not sure whats left. I piced up a nice piece of Huon thanks Mal & Greg for such fantastic prices of all the timber wish I could have said I'd take it all.
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    The work presented was of a variety of styles shapes and woods.

    I was impressed wit the work that had gone into the Mack logging truck

    and the Steam roller which was entered into their Super Foot compition
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    Did mention old tools the stand by Traditional Tools group was a bit smaller than last year but it didn't stop the droolers (me included). Planes and Chisels lost count how many times I went back.
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    I wasn't going this year . . . but a message from a strirrer . . . I went and picked up some good looking timber from Mal & Greg, a LV Dovetail saw off Jim Davey and a P&N 12mm Spindle gouge off Leigh from Woodeze
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    Len Harrison still flogging that Mack truck at the expo I used to live around the corner from Enn Muller the carver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelinround View Post
    What a beaut day Kima turned on great weather, fine food, good display and Mal's Boutique Timbers and Wood_eze supporting by making the journey.

    These photo's of Mal & Greg Wards wood were taken before Pat turned up not sure whats left. I piced up a nice piece of Huon thanks Mal & Greg for such fantastic prices of all the timber wish I could have said I'd take it all.
    Hi Ray,

    We just got back from Kiama. I'm glad the guy in the first photo didn't buy the Tassie Myrtle boards that he is looking at. They are all in my shed now.

    Nathan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I_wanna_Shed View Post
    Hi Ray,

    We just got back from Kiama. I'm glad the guy in the first photo didn't buy the Tassie Myrtle boards that he is looking at. They are all in my shed now.

    Nathan.
    I can see a nice crib being made and change table Nathan

    I am kicking myself for not getting the QLD Beach very nice they were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelinround View Post
    I can see a nice crib being made and change table Nathan

    I am kicking myself for not getting the QLD Beach very nice they were.
    Jeez, I won't let the boss see that, she'll start getting ideas! (Although I could probably manage the argument "I'll need a Domino to make a cot and change table")

    Is Qld Beach the same as White Beech? There was one last board I was looking at (about 4m x 300), but had already filled the car up with Tassie Myrtle.

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