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    Ed, I think that's a good choice, just going with the round ones. Sometimes when modeling, an impression is just as impactful as precision.

    One thing's for certain, and anyone who like me has ever bucked hay bales for work might agree -- they do seem to get bigger as the work day goes on.
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    I cut one of each down a bit and they are sitting in the pasture.
    I did some more work around the scene this weekend and will have photos up in my layout thread, weekend update and here later today so you can see.

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