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|02-09-2009 10:36 AM|
|Ralph Barker|| |
Originally Posted by harrysin View Post
|02-09-2009 08:15 AM|
Originally Posted by jw2170 View Post
|02-09-2009 08:01 AM|
Originally Posted by Mike View Post
As a matter of interest Mike it wasn't a free boat ride from England, it cost Marlene and I ten pounds each, 7 year old Paul nothing and it wasn't a boat ride, we flew here in a turbo prop plane that took 36 hours, stopping every five minutes to re-fuel. These days it takes only 19 hours with just one stop.
|02-09-2009 07:51 AM|
How right you are Maurice, it takes years to build up a well equipped workshop and although before any major purchases these days I have to ask myself if it's really necessary at age 75, I also occasionally wonder what will happen to it all when I'm gone, at this point in time my son and grandson don't have any real interest in woodworking. |
I wonder what suggestions members will come up with regarding the last point!
|02-08-2009 08:17 PM|
Great job, Harry |
How do you find the accuracy of the Triton 2000?
|02-07-2009 04:02 PM|
|Mike||Who do you think Noah borrowed the tools from? This is how Harry got the free boat ride from England to Oz.|
|02-06-2009 09:40 AM|
|Maurice||One thing about being slightly older is that you have had time to collect up all these neat tools, right Harry?|
|02-06-2009 08:28 AM|
|harrysin||Thanks for the kind remarks guys, I'm constantly amazed at the number of tools required for even a quite basic job like this.|
|02-05-2009 01:18 PM|
Nice result, Harry. |
Here in New Mexico, we have only kookie burros.
|02-05-2009 11:20 AM|
|curiousgeorge||Great job, Harry. As usual.|
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