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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 02-11-2009, 08:10 AM Thread Starter
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Here it is in a nickel tour, Please excuse the mess, I'm trying to clean it up.








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Nice space and equipment, but I am having trouble finding the mess you are talking about
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Greetings (your name here) and welcome to the forum. If you can find what it is your looking for, it is no mess, just well worked in.

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If you can find what it is your looking for, it is no mess, just well worked in.
If you can find what you're looking for, you aren't trying hard enough to bury it.

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In return for admiring your fine shop, I think we deserve to know your name and where about in the world you live. This applies to EVERY MEMBER.

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Harry, his name is Frank. I don't know where he is at????????????????????????




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Sorry about that, Harry. I Thought I had entered all that data. Just a quick list of my shop. a 15 year old Craftsman Contractor Table Saw, Craftsmn 10" Radial Arm saw (24 years old), Craftsman 6" joiner (found it in the woods, stand and all. Installed new blades polished the table and it works like a charm), Craftsman floor model drill press, Jet 14" band saw, Rockler Router table ( two Ryobi, one Craftsman routers. one Ryobi has 1/4" collett and the other 1/2"). There are various other hand tools. I built my workbence from 2X4's, 1/2" OSB and plywood and the top is a solid core door that was damaged in shipment and couldn't be installed. It was free. You can't really tell but inline with my workbence is my wood storage. One side is for sheet goods, down the middle is dimensional lumber and the other side is for cut-offs (scrap.)

Thanks for the compliments too. There are times I can't find something and it takes me a few minutes to locate it.


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And by the way, Since I recently retired I have been cleaning and straightening up. I can see the top of the work bench now. LOL


When asked what I did to make life worthwhile in my lifetime....I can respond with a great deal of pride and satisfaction, "I served a career in the United States Navy."
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Harry, FYI, Bob and Jerry already know where Kingsland, GA is. He missed living in Florida by about 7 miles. He lives north of Jacksonville, FLA. I know I'm being a smart arse, but I'm just tring to get that 100,000th post.




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welcome to the forum Frank form tifton ga. approximately 2 1/2 hours up the road so to speak.

light travels faster than sound, this is why some people seem bright til you hear them speak.

Please Please Please edit your profile with a name and location so we can better assist you and make for a friendlier forum

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