Don Guy was kind enough to send this picture of his fantastic and interestingly finished Beezer the Burro, saying "I finally finished Beezer. Thanks again for all your help."
Looks great, Don -- Thank YOU for the pic!
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Here's how another customer described building:
"For the mane and tail, I used a 3/8 inch synthetic rope that consists of three twisted cords of multiple strands. For the mane, I drilled 3 rows of 18, 9/32 dia. holes (54 holes) on 1/2 inch centers with the center row off-set by 1/4 inch. I burned (melted) the end of the three cords and cut 2.25 inch plugs, continuing until I had enough plugs. I then combed the plugs and inserted and glued the burned ends into the holes. I used the same approach for the tail using 5 cords in one 1/2 inch hole. Again, everyone who sees Beezer thinks he is gorgeous and wants one. This one is for my newest granddaughter."
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