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hello, just wanted to drop by and say hello and see how everyone is, currently im broke, so no projects which is a bummer. I really wish i could do projects but then again i have the bare necesities of woodworking, a b&d router, craftsman one very old which was my grandpas, router table, belt sander, and about 30 bits. Anywase ive been good, its a hard depressing holiday without my aunt who recently passed away (if anyone remembers) so thats whats been up here. Hope everyone is doing great (better than i am)
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Nice to hear from you Jeff., it's been a while, sorry to hear that things haven't improved for you but hopefully 2008 will show some big improvements, in the meantime have a very pleasant Christmas.

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thanks harrysin! hope you have a nice christmas too! once 08 rolls around ill have my first car so i guess woodworking is on a hold for now.
I am also in the works of building a R/C track on my property for another hobby of mine which is Nitro Powered R/C cars seen below.

Once i get back into the hobby i will be doing pen turning and hopefully i can get the carvewright machine.
As i will have more money these dont have to be a dream anymore!
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Nice looking little machine Jeff. Bet it runs like a cat with it's tail on fire.

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yeah it runs nicee its a fun hobby but i dont get the same feeling out of it, in the woodworking hobby your always giving gifts and its an awesome feeling when someone is shocked at your work.
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Hello guys!
Does anyone remember me from a few years ago?
I was around for awhile here. There is some great guys here! The only member that comes to mind that i really remember is harrysin. Is he still around?

Well unfortunately i am no longer into woodworking. I do wish to get back into the hobby someday! I will always be a kid and always absolutely have to have a hobby!
I now own a 1998 Jeep Cherokee and go to the desert a lot with it.
Just a little update on me! Hopefully a couple of you remember me! Haha.
I'm still alive and i still pop in here and there to see what's going on. It's been over a year though!
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Hello Jeff, I guess if it were not woodworking it would be Jeeping. Nice looking rig, the engine, is it a rebuilt, or one you are rebuilding yourself? Your profile says southern California, do you have many places to go off-roading? Georgia is pretty much closed down. We made it to Moab this past June, just a couple pics. The first pic is a ella we were with the rest are my jeep.
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Hiya Jeff. Sorry to hear you set woodworking aside. Just think of the nice photo frames you could be building and displaying your jeep with.

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Hiya Jeff. Sorry to hear you set woodworking aside. Just think of the nice photo frames you could be building and displaying your jeep with.
Guys like Jeff and myself would be doing both if time, place and $$$$ were not the issue. JEEP stands for Just Empty Every Pocket and I am convinced wood working is spelled JEEP.

I know for my part I love-em both and at this time there are few to no places in Georgia that are legally allowed for the Jeeper to use so woodworking has filled that space for being creative---I love em both

I will be combining them both in the near future when I build a rear cargo area in place of the back seat. I will be posting on that little project in the near future. BTW back seats in the older wranglers are not meant for sitting in very long anyway.

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I know Jerry... "It's a Jeep thing..." but I do understand.

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