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My Rikon 12 inch has 1/8th wide blades, and you can get one of the Carter guides that makes tight turns pretty easy. I just want you to have everything you want. It's a guy thing.
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I'm with James. I'm just jealous of all the space you have there Barb. I'm getting a headache from thinking of all the things I could do with it and all the new toys I could buy!!
It must seem so spacious after the 10x12 shed.
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I'm with James. I'm just jealous of all the space you have there Barb. I'm getting a headache from thinking of all the things I could do with it and all the new toys I could buy!!
It must seem so spacious after the 10x12 shed.

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you guys crack me up.

Been a bit busy lately; Ken put up all the insulation in the area above the loft area, and put up the loft last weekend. Getting the roof panels up almost proved to be too much for us; I just can't hold up the wood, or get up on ladders with my bad inner ear situation. but, four (4) panels got up, and the loft is up.

This weekend, some small adjustments were made; changed the top to the cart holding my miter saw with a maple top that we got for a fraction of what it was originally, got some organizing done, and decorated my cornhole boards my skilled trades built for me last week so I could take them to my sister in-laws over 4th of July.

These are not decals, but pictures I printed on regular paper, using a laser printer, then putting urethane over the pictures, cutting them out, then putting spray glue on the back and sticking them to the boards. Once I knew they were set, we put the urethane on the boards. The one with the U.S. Navy seal is to honor our dads' and the U.S. Army seal is for Ken. We found the bags at Dicks Sporting Goods, although, I think I'll be getting different bags, as these aren't the best. I think they'll be falling apart rather quickly.
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It just keeps getting better. Congratulations you guys have earned it.
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Barb, your shop looks fantastic & so do your board pictures.You certainly have been busy. James.

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Ha...luxury.....LOL

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You have to think positive James. Mine is 8X12, and I'm positive it's better than nothing.
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