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pmspirito, pictures of their real work shop could be as hard to get as the request I asked for. I just wanted to see the back of their studio router table. I even started a poll to see if anyone else would like to see it.
Kevin has said when he finds time and the pictures he will post them. So, hang in there. ;)
 

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I believe you guys should send a reminder to kevin, email him and tell him that you're still waiting for the images.

His email: [email protected]
 

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pmspirito; I received an email from Kevin. He says he "WILL" post those pictures, when he finds time from his University studies.
 

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That's great can't waite to see that. Watch them today putting together the bedside lamp table. Enjoyed it lot.
 

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I've been watching the router workshop for almost 2years now,and they haven't changed the projects yet. They are the same projects over and over. What gives with that?
 

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sailer said:
I've been watching the router workshop for almost 2years now,and they haven't changed the projects yet. They are the same projects over and over. What gives with that?
Which projects have been used over and over? I don't understand the question? Are you watching the same shows or have I missed the question?
 

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Same shows over and over. I've seen the wheatstalk game table at least 5 times in the last 3 months.
Where are you watching the show from? We have 183 episodes so watching the same show over and over shouldn't happen...
 

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Chevy, this is a choice of your local PBS station. The bottom line is it's cheaper for them to rebroadcast old shows than it is to broadcast new ones. I am lucky enough to live in an area with 2 PBS stations available; WTVS Detroit and WFUM Flint. The Detroit station broadcasts older shows while the Flint station has the new ones. This makes for a double dose of The Router Workshop and The New Yankee Workshop most Saturdays. Life is good!
 

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Yeah, I would have to agree with ChevyNomad and sailer. I stopped watching the shows since it has been reruns all the time. The shows that run are the ones with the saw horses, the game table, the small bench, the shoe organizer, the coat rack, the secretary's desk, the small box with the inlays on top, etc., etc.. Oh well... :(

Boricua :cool:
 

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You lucky Dog! Two New Yankee and two RW in one week. Some of the old shows are great too if you didn't record them!
 

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Chevy, this is a choice of your local PBS station. The bottom line is it's cheaper for them to rebroadcast old shows than it is to broadcast new ones. I am lucky enough to live in an area with 2 PBS stations available; WTVS Detroit and WFUM Flint. The Detroit station broadcasts older shows while the Flint station has the new ones. This makes for a double dose of The Router Workshop and The New Yankee Workshop most Saturdays. Life is good!
Why is it cheaper for them to rebroadcast old shows of the routerworkshop?
 

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I live in New Jersey and have Cable vision, we have two pbs stations, they air the
New Yankee Workshop series both old ones and new ones but they stopped showing
the Router Workshop all together. I hav'nt seen a show in two years.

You guys think you have problems??
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Woodnut, time to start a letter writing campaign to your cable company!
 

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I don't have any problems with reruns. On our 2 PBS stations in southeast Virginia the Router Workshop doesn't appear at all. :( I even have TiVo on the job looking for any shows that mght appear.
 

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I also have watched PBSYOU and know how to do all the projects in my sleep. Have found the new series on BYU also on PBS but only on Saturday afternoons at 3p.m. here in the Mountain time zone.

BYU is into the 1300 series, today the picnic caddie, next week the first of three weeks of dining room server. Geezz, three weeks to finish one project.
 
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