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From This to That - Part 2

Posted by RodandDenise on June 22, 2012

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Rod started with this.

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Then he did this...

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And then he did this...

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And then he did this...

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And then he had that...

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And then he did this...

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And then he had that...

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And then he did this...

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And then he had that...

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And then he had that...

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Another view of that...

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And then he did this...

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And then he had that...

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Another view of that...

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And then he had that...

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And then he did this...

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And then he had that...

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Another view of that...

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Another view of that...

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And that is that!!!

This walnut saddle tree will be built into a riding saddle.  The fork, cantle, and as much of the front of the bars as possible will be exposed.  The customer knows it is not as strong as a rawhide covered tree, but well cared for and used for recreational riding, it will make a beautiful saddle.

Comments:

Posted by G on
That's a work of art.
Posted by Adam Till on
Thanks tons for doing this folks! Can't wait to see it in person!
Posted by Dawn on
WOW is this a stunning tree! The grain of the wood is just truly beautiful. One doesn't normally see a "pretty" tree, but this is truly that.
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