Re: Wood Carving @Summer Camp
Olan Watkins (o.watkins@GENIE.GEIS.COM)
Mon, 27 Jun 1994 23:47:00 UTC
Subject: Re: Wood Carving @Summer Camp
Very true. I can't tell whether or not you posted this to the whole
list or not. (I won't get today's postings until tommorow morning in
the daily digest). If you didn't, I think you should.
| Edward A. Haluska | To make fine, hard steel, first the smith |
| 6105 Deer Run | heats the metal red hot, then he pounds |
| Angleton, Texas 77515 | on it with a heavy hammer. |
| U.S.A. | God doesn't make any junk, but sometimes, |
| firstname.lastname@example.org | He needs to make some fine, hard steel. |
Some very good information. I have also seen problems with kids signing up
for wood carving at summer camp and not having their toten chip cards, so
they end up not being allowed to do any actual carving.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City