I live in west central Georgia, father of two great daughters.
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My daughter Angela made this for me to celebrate my 60th birthday. It includes patches depicting some of my interests to include, my love of sailing, tools, and my railroading days. There might even be a pencil/pen in there somewhere representing my 30 plus years as an accountant/auditor.
The photos don't really do the quilt justice. You have to see it in real life to appreciate Angela's talent and skill.
A gentleman brought these logs by from a lot he was clearing. The large one is a water oak and the small ones are red oaks. I sawed them into 5/4 thickness and for the most part quarter sawed the large log (25" x 10') and flat sawed the smaller one. Despite being dead for a while they were heavy heavy.
This photo was taken (11/4/11) facing north on FL State Hwy 73 where it connects to FL State Hwy 71, a little south of Kinard FL. The next couple of photos were taken at the intersection of Hwys 73 and 71, south of Kinard.