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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-26-2010, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Hello ~ wish to thank you gentlemen for letting me be part of this forum. A few years back I was a serious woodworker, but life put a hold on it, needed to make a living. I've decided for my mental integrity I should ease back into it as hobby. I built traditional spinning wheels, looms, shuttles etc., enjoyed turning and joinery. Luckily I built my shop when the quality of tools seemed higher and the cost was lower,I did had the good sense to keep the shop over the years. Sorry for the ramble and thanks again. Ivy Clemmer. Boone NC
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Welcome back to "Wood World"
BTW, the title to your intro is an impossibility:-)

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Hello Ivy. Welcome to the RouterForums. Glad to have you as a member.




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Greetings Ivy and welcome to the router forum. We are pleased you have chosen to join with us.

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Ivy welcome to the forum

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Welcome back to woodworking Ivy. I too took a hiatus of a bunch of years, and am now retooling my shop to have some fun.

The title of the thread is a little bit of a lie though, there is no such thing as "Too many tools!"

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