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  • Black wallnut
    cycling to health
    • Jan 2003
    • 4715
    • Ellensburg, Wa, USA.
    • BT3k 1999

    2x6 Challenge Last vote

    Here is what Loring proposed:
    "After the completion of the third round there will be one prize left.
    This may be awarded to one of the remaining three or more projects that did not win in the first three rounds, as a prize for effort. The contest admin will draw at random all the remaining projects, assigning them 1, 2, 3, etc. in the order of draw. The project 1 owner shall have first chance at the remaining prize, should he not want it, it may go to the 2 and then the 3 project owner or succeeding projects in that order."

    Given that the remaining entrants are dbhost, myself and Pelligrini; with both myself and dbhost not exactly wanting to win a prize. Do we award the remaining prize to Pelligrini?

    Should Pelligrini choose to not claim the prize it will be added to the auction comming soon.
    16
    yes
    100.00%
    16
    no
    0.00%
    0

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  • ironhat
    Veteran Member
    • Aug 2004
    • 2553
    • Chambersburg, PA (South-central).
    • Ridgid 3650 (can I still play here?)

    #2
    Originally posted by Black wallnut
    <snip>
    Given that the remaining entrants are dbhost, myself and Pelligrini; with both myself and dbhost not exactly wanting to win a prize. Do we award the remaining prize to Pelligrini?

    Should Pelligrini choose to not claim the prize it will be added to the auction comming soon.
    If not wanted by him then auction it. That is about the only fair solution.
    Blessings,
    Chiz

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    • dbhost
      Slow and steady
      • Apr 2008
      • 9228
      • League City, Texas
      • Ryobi BT3100

      #3
      Yep. Let him figure out what to do with it. Does he want it or does he want to donate / auction for site funds...

      I wanted to send out my personal thanks to all those that contributed, and participated. This has been a fun contest. I would love to see more like this in the future. It helps to have a deadline in front of you in order to get things done...
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      • ironhat
        Veteran Member
        • Aug 2004
        • 2553
        • Chambersburg, PA (South-central).
        • Ridgid 3650 (can I still play here?)

        #4
        When do we get to see the entries?
        Blessings,
        Chiz

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        • pelligrini
          Veteran Member
          • Apr 2007
          • 4217
          • Fort Worth, TX
          • Craftsman 21829

          #5
          Originally posted by ironhat
          When do we get to see the entries?
          They're all in this thread:
          This forum is reserved for 2x6 Challenge entries, comments, and topics of winner selection. At the time of winners announcement it shall become a "read only" forum.
          Erik

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          • pelligrini
            Veteran Member
            • Apr 2007
            • 4217
            • Fort Worth, TX
            • Craftsman 21829

            #6
            Originally posted by Black wallnut
            Given that the remaining entrants are dbhost, myself and Pelligrini; with both myself and dbhost not exactly wanting to win a prize. Do we award the remaining prize to Pelligrini?
            I shamelessly voted yes...
            What did Shep choose? and has Whaler decided?

            I had a lot of fun with the contest. I wish I would have started sooner and the weather would have cooperated.
            Erik

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            • dbhost
              Slow and steady
              • Apr 2008
              • 9228
              • League City, Texas
              • Ryobi BT3100

              #7
              Shep got the Feather Board set...
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              • Black wallnut
                cycling to health
                • Jan 2003
                • 4715
                • Ellensburg, Wa, USA.
                • BT3k 1999

                #8
                Whaler choose the T-nut package.
                The remaining prize is a Shark Guard.
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                • Black wallnut
                  cycling to health
                  • Jan 2003
                  • 4715
                  • Ellensburg, Wa, USA.
                  • BT3k 1999

                  #9
                  16 votes, 158 reads, 100% in favor..... I'm declaring a winner here! Thanks to all that have taken part in this years challenge! Pelligrini please contact Lee to order your Shark Guard; Lee please contact Pelligrini to arrange delivery and details.

                  We will shortly start an auction for the reming un-claimed prize.
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                  marK in WA and Ryobi Fanatic Association State President

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                  • pelligrini
                    Veteran Member
                    • Apr 2007
                    • 4217
                    • Fort Worth, TX
                    • Craftsman 21829

                    #10
                    Very cool, thanks everyone.
                    Erik

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                    • MuhamedAli
                      Handtools only
                      • Feb 2012
                      • 1

                      #11
                      good work

                      this is good work!

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                      • Bruce Cohen
                        Veteran Member
                        • May 2003
                        • 2698
                        • Nanuet, NY, USA.
                        • BT3100

                        #12
                        Why not,
                        And I don't even know what he made, but I'm sure it nifty.
                        Bruce
                        "Western civilization didn't make all men equal,
                        Samuel Colt did"

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