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One year follow-up yesterday and no signs of cancer! 

Had my CT scans yesterday and officially 2 years cancer-free (also a 45 year cancer survivor) 

There's been a pair of barred owls around our property since we moved to it 8 years ago. We hear them all the time especially after dark but every once in a while you'll see one when it's light out. T

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A couple of questions. I am building this hall tree for my dil. 


Here is the door without a finish.


The sides of the seat part will have walnut flat panels. So my questions are, should the single panel on each side have their own separate stiles or use the legs as part of the frame? Also, and I hope it’s legible, do these proportions look ok?




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Coop your first picture made me nervous. Your 2nd picture dropped my jaw..... i love the look of that door.

I like your sketch as sits proportions everything. As far as the separate stile vs using the leg. I like what you have sketched though i think for side panels that aren't doors typically the leg is the stile. Though i have little experience on that.

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I never saw one of those, but in 1967, I was 17, and using my Dad's 9" RAS.  I wasn't a hippie until a couple of years later.  There were no hippies in my High School, and all the girls wore bras, but it was a whole new world when I went off to college in 1968.

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