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Thank you Oliver for the idea.

My grand children should love them.

These are made of popular and Spanish cedar.
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Very nice Al.

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Liking them a lot ! Nice job Al
Great idea for a gift too

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Glad I could help with your Christmas gifting, Al. Your boxes are a lot nicer than mine. Well done.

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Beautiful wood and finish Al - a job well done

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Those are just great. Kids love stuff with their name on.
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Great presents, Al...

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Thank you everyone for the compliments.

Can anyone guess the names of my grand children.

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Just wondering, on the router table is that a miter slot in front of the router plate? It look wide.

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Hi Steve

It is a Miter Track & T-Bar Combo from peach tree usa.

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