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    Count me in. Will you be able to share photos...

    Count me in. Will you be able to share photos from time to time?
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    I marvel at the apparent speed and efficiency. It...

    I marvel at the apparent speed and efficiency. It probably took me longer to read the posts and study the pictures than it took for you to build the table.
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    Iíve begun using my skiing and rowing machines...

    Iíve begun using my skiing and rowing machines again after reading this thread. Does that count? I enjoy watching woodworking videos while skiing and rowing.
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    You might explore possibilities with Mark Hicks...

    You might explore possibilities with Mark Hicks at Plate 11 https://www.plate11.com/workbenches.
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    While vacationing in Hawaii we left a restaurant,...

    While vacationing in Hawaii we left a restaurant, jumped into Ďourí rental car and drove off. A few miles down the road we realized we didnít recognize the personal items in the car. Made a quick...
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    I think the point isnít about tolerance of the...

    I think the point isnít about tolerance of the cut or the type of saw to use but rather that liquid hide glue facilitates easy removal of the remaining fragment of the stile.
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    Thanks for sharing. Your pictures inspire me to...

    Thanks for sharing. Your pictures inspire me to upgrade my jigs.
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    Itís clear that using filler or a tracksaw isnít...

    Itís clear that using filler or a tracksaw isnít the way to go.

    Your advice and suggestions encourage me to amp up my determination and persistence to get this right.

    The mortise is deeper...
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    How to minimize breadboard seam

    How do I create the narrowest possible seam between a table top and its breadboard end? My repeated efforts to create straight and matching edges on the table top and end cap are less than...
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    Might you consider purchasing a kit from one of...

    Might you consider purchasing a kit from one of the various bench making companies such as Benchcrafted (https://www.benchcrafted.com/strs4skit) or Plate 11 (https://www.plate11.com/workbenches)?
  11. Thread: Bee lawns

    by Peter Mich
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    Many variables to consider when trying to provide...

    Many variables to consider when trying to provide bee friendly habitat, including the season of the year, for example, bees are all over our linden trees in the spring and they cover our sedum...
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    Would a modified version of the Dutch Tool Chest...

    Would a modified version of the Dutch Tool Chest (https://www.popularwoodworking.com/woodworking-blogs/dutch-campaign-tool-chest/) meet your needs?
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    Is there a need for volunteer beta testers? If...

    Is there a need for volunteer beta testers? If so, what are the qualifications and responsibilities, and how might one volunteer?
  14. I wish parents of several of my former college...

    I wish parents of several of my former college housemates had been so considerate as to make sure they could clean bathrooms, use a vacuum cleaner and do the dishes.
  15. The article reminded me that reaching a high...

    The article reminded me that reaching a high level of skill requires not just some mix of innate talent and hours and hours of practice, but also an encouraging mentor and role model. Thanks for...
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    I use a NordicTrack skier and a Concept 2 rower....

    I use a NordicTrack skier and a Concept 2 rower. As others have said, a TV sure helps make the medicine go down.
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    Ed, thatís a very handsome piece. Great job....

    Ed, thatís a very handsome piece. Great job. Inspires me to try even harder. Thanks for sharing.
  18. Perhaps youíve already uncovered the following,...

    Perhaps youíve already uncovered the following, but maybe not. Kieran Binnie described his Roubo build in his blog (https://overthewireless.com/2019/01/) and in a series of articles in the Furniture...
  19. While technically not a tool, it might be wise to...

    While technically not a tool, it might be wise to enlist the help of a friend from time to time when wrangling heavy pieces.

    Peter
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    In addition to Curtis Buchannan, Peter Galbert...

    In addition to Curtis Buchannan, Peter Galbert for all things related to Windsor chairmaking.
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    PM sent. Peter

    PM sent.

    Peter
  22. Thread: Browsers

    by Peter Mich
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    AVG is anti-virus software.

    AVG is anti-virus software.
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    That cracked me up. Thanks for the laugh.

    That cracked me up. Thanks for the laugh.
  24. Thread: Shop Tunes?

    by Peter Mich
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    Variety of podcasts...woodworking, home building,...

    Variety of podcasts...woodworking, home building, humor, political, biographical
  25. I used the strap hangers and strong plastic ties...

    I used the strap hangers and strong plastic ties that Peter Kelley and Jim Becker recommended in this series of posts:

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?284785-Dust-Collection-Hanging-Pipe
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