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  1. DocSki

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    What a difference a day makes. Yesterday I spent the whole day trying to make a 25 minute video on a rod building technique. Dogs barking, dogs scratching, phones ringing and trucks driving by. I must have started and stopped no less then 20 times. Probably one of the crapiest jobs I have ever done. Still I hope it will help a few get started with another new variation of the Jim Trelikes Olive branch. I just uploaded the completed video onto my you tube page. Not as happy with it as some but hey, I am far from perfect. With that in mind I have a contest for all of you. In the Video there is a huge glaring error. I dont mean something like tongue tied or shake camera but something really in your face screw up. First person to get it right gets a free Doc Ski Excuse Shirt and my personal Magnet. Just something fun to do. Today was a great day because I spent the morning with the Veterans down at Healing Waters in Long Beach. A great bunch and the group is growing ever year. I will try to post a couple pics on that tomorrow but for now here is the link to my latest video, be gentle with me please. Still want to hear all comment good and bad. Also any other subjects you want a video on.
     
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  2. stella marina

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    Thanks for the instructional vids, always helpful.
    I couldn't find the flaw.
     
  3. cmepen

    cmepen I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Very nice Doc. You are a master! Love the vid. very informative!

    The main thread (black) separates the white inlay with two turns on the left and only one on the right.
     
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  4. DocSki

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    Actually someone got it right away. At the end when I show the two wraps. The one on the left has a single metallic gold thread between two black in the middle of the saw. On the other side it doesnt . I saved the footage just for this contest because I went back and corrected my error. A young man in Dublin CA won the contest almost immediately.
     
  5. cmepen

    cmepen I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Lucky guy! Congratulations!
     
  6. Mr. Sunshine

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    Thanks for sharing Doc! Very generous.
     
  7. Sealdoggy

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    Thanks for sharing Doc, have been hoping for a tutorial on this one, hope you are well, a Lori says to say hello
     
  8. cow man

    cow man Tuna addict

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    Thanks Doc, very informative, don’t see too many tutorials on here anymore. You’re the best!!
     
  9. SouthBayKiller

    SouthBayKiller I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Great work as always Doc!
     
  10. planks5

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    Always enjoy your videos Doc!
    Thanks for all you do for the veterans also.
     
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    JTrelikes I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Great work Doc! :D
     
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    Awesome video Doc! I think everyone really loves that variation and your dogs too! Thanks for your time we know how valuable it is.
     
  13. jg125

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    Been watching your videos for years hope you keep them up learned a lot off of them and you always made sure you showed all the details not like others I watched keep them coming.
     
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    Thanks some much Doc, the video really helps. 1 question, when starting the decretive threads you did not use a loop to pull and hide the tail ends. What did you do to finish them. Thanks again
     
  15. ChuyG

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    Great video, Doc! Keep them coming! Thanks!
     
  16. DocSki

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    I trim them off with a razor blade and burnish the thread over the ends.
     
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