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I read an article some while back in American Woodturner which caught my attention, the article was by Scott Grove and was titled "Creating Geodes in Wood (AW October 2018).

Sometimes those little knocks at the door end up as nothing but sometimes they bring real treasures.

So the parcel delivery bloke staggered half way up the drive and deposited this box on the drive and, given the two handed grip, bulging neck vein and purple face, I guessed that the writing on the side that said "HEAVY" was not an exaggeration.