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Using two-part epoxy I clamped the two coins - one at a time - in place for 30 mins. I'm hoping they are there to stay.

Beginning today this is my "take everywhere" cane.

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-neb

ps - I am thankful I've reached this milestone - I wonder if this will be my "legacy"
 

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What a beauty! I've never used diamond willow, what's the weight like? P.s. I think we're all thankful that you've reached this milestone!
 

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Thank you for your very kind words, guys. I decided a long time ago I was not going to record/track the hours required to make a cane, but even w/o recording, this cane took more time than any of the previous 99, w/o a doubt. I now have numerous local people waiting to see it including the friend who did the countersinking for me. Yesterday I fulfilled the first promise, showing it to the young man that engraved the #100 "coin" for me.

I've decided - for now - to take a break from cane making - probably.

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My current "consuming" project is another Betsy Ross Revolutionary Flag (13 stars) which I hope to finish this week.

And afterwards, it may be cane #101 ???? - temps close to 70 here helps - a LOT.

I hope all of you have a marvelous Monday.

-neb

ps - maybe I'll attach that flag - I hope it looks this good.
 

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Enjoy the break. Nice cane and love the flag and the paint used.
 
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Re: That Betsy Ross Flag

I have step-by-step installation instructions, pieces & tools needed and PICTURES. The finished size is 28x48" - if you'd like the plans just lemme know

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Nice work on the cane and the flag!

Congrats on completing 100, I'd say you might be due for a break.

Rodney
 
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