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First, let me say Hi everyone, and that I've missed you all very much! This has been a very rough year for me,
and I'm glad 2014 is coming to an end. Our lives have been in turmoil all year it seems, and I've done little,
to no work in Bentley. I did get some orders this summer, and may or may not have posted them, if I didn't,
I'm sorry, maybe when the dust settles around here a bit, I'll be able to get back to my signs. I miss making them
terribly.

Secondly, Merry Christmas to all of you here at Router Forums, and I've tried to keep up with the Face Book posts that
Router Forums has posted. Many good ideas, and tips, and every time it made me miss my friends here even more.

Finally, the Latest News: Ken and I are attempting to get a house. Our bid has been accepted, now we're in the final stretch
of being able to get into our own place again since mom passed. We've been with our daughter and grandson all year, and while
I love them both, anyone will agree, that rarely can two women live in the same house without wanting to kill the
other.

The new house has a 20x27 garage (heated, with insulated walls, and even air lines installed!) Needless to say, I won't be
needing Bentley anymore. I have him on craigslist for sale. I realize this is a bit premature to sell him, but we need to put
as much money in our savings as possible. The bank wants to see we have funds, so here we go... anyone in Michigan, I invite
you to take a look. Someone brought it to my attention that he would also make a good hunting trailer, if someone wanted to
take out all the benches and worktables I put in.

Hope everyone is well, and to all the newcomers in my absence, Welcome! You're among some of the greatest people I know!!!

Here is my Craigslist post. I wish I had him cleaned up better for better pictures, but it's cold, and my fibromyalgia has been kickin
my booty *ugh*

Office Trailer/Workshop/Hunting Trailer $900/Reasonable Offer

Barb


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Hi Barb. Merry Christmas to you and Ken. Nice to see you back.

Good luck on the house and selling Bentley.

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Good to see you back Barb. Good luck on the house.

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Welcome back Barb!!

Good luck on the house deal. Heated and insulated? Dang that would be SWEET!!

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Howdy Barb...
Merry Christmas to you and yours too...

good luck w/ the house...
heated shop shop huh...
sweet....

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Ho ho ho Barb is back, Merry Christmas to you and yours also hoping you have a happy and better new year. GOOD LUCK WITH HOUSE
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Welcome back, Barb.

Have a graet Christmas and hope to see more of you next year.

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Glad to see you back Barb. Wishing you and Ken a merry Christmas and a lot better new year. Hope all goes well with Bentley and the house.

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Hi Barb,

Welcome back. Merry Christmas and happy new year to you and Ken. I hope to see more of your great sign making in the new year and good luck on the house.


Cheers Graham.
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Hi Barb
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Really glad to see you back on the forum. Hopefully
2015 will be a much better year for you and Ken. Times always seems to help things get better somehow.
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