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Nature Reserve Sign

Having been asked by local Nature Reserve volunteers to make a warning sign for their newly created pond, Men Shedders quickly got working on it. 

Geoff found a nice piece of mahogany from discarded furniture, Steve routered the letters and John (with guidance from Geoff) filled them with coloured resin. Then by sanding down with belt and orbital sanders using increasingly fine grade sandpaper, the letters stood out sharply. By finishing off with danish oil it was suitably protected against the elements, and is now in place on the Reserve.