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    In Morocco we have 2 diners. Mel's is my favorite...

    In Morocco we have 2 diners. Mel's is my favorite - far and away the best Italian beef I've ever had. I have friends who drive down from Chicago (90 miles) just for the chance to get a beef from...
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    Thx Tom. Pbs at 9 cst

    Thx Tom. Pbs at 9 cst
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    Started a dresser yesterday, milling the legs...

    Started a dresser yesterday, milling the legs from some nice 8/4 walnut. They have a slight curve to them, and I wanted a cherry end panel to follow the curve, so routing the dado for the 1/4" panels...
  4. I used Watco butcher block oil on the top of an...

    I used Watco butcher block oil on the top of an island I made several years ago and could not be happier with it. We use it for everything from chopping veggies to kneading bread to cutting pizza,...
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    Worse if it went on accidentally

    Worse if it went on accidentally
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    No changes for us really. We're boring and never...

    No changes for us really. We're boring and never go anywhere anyway. Had 3 meetings in the last 3 months with the grandkids and great grandkids - all outside wearing masks. But the little ones don't...
  7. for the cigar aficionados here (and puppy lovers)

    a 74 year old guy rescues his puppy from an alligator, goes underwater, and never drops the cigar from his mouth.

    HERE
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    445496 and one more....

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    and one more....
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    Mea culpa Wiliam. Hope it works out for you....

    Mea culpa Wiliam. Hope it works out for you. Pretty cool project and I'm curious to see what you come up with. I guess this means no walleye huh?
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    If the knuckleheads in DC are just now realizing...

    If the knuckleheads in DC are just now realizing they need something to transport the vaccine in, we're all FUBAR. No, I think William's on to something else. Canada, huh? How about core samples from...
  11. Another vote for the Cutech 8". Been using it for...

    Another vote for the Cutech 8". Been using it for about a year now and the beds are still right on and the fence - flimsy tho it may be - is still right at 90. And all the wood I buy - 90% QSWO - is...
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    what was your finish for the Morris?

    what was your finish for the Morris?
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    Nice job - love the color. And yes it looks very...

    Nice job - love the color. And yes it looks very comfortable next to that nice Morris. Pls post a pic after the shellac - curious to see the change in coloring.
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    Finally got one chair done and ready for the...

    Finally got one chair done and ready for the upholstery genius in Kentland. These 2 chairs have really kicked my ass. They are very big (and clumsy and heavy) for a small crowded shop and an old...
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    An interesting and fun book is George Ellis'...

    An interesting and fun book is George Ellis' Modern Practical Joinery. But understand that "modern" is based on 1902.
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    Nice Josh - looks really nice. Did you work from...

    Nice Josh - looks really nice. Did you work from plans or did you just wing it?
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    Thx for the info Mark. That's new to me and I'll...

    Thx for the info Mark. That's new to me and I'll be using it soon on a dresser project with curved sides.
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    Hey Bob - if I didn't have the moxon permanently...

    Hey Bob - if I didn't have the moxon permanently fixed, I would go with just the 2 chops as well. And like you say, I would find a place to hang it up, out of the way, and not have it collecting dust...
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    The Baileigh bench top HCM I have gets used in...

    The Baileigh bench top HCM I have gets used in pretty much every project I do and is mounted permanently at the end of one of the benches. And it's a great tool, lacking only the ability to tilt,...
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    A young monk arrives at the monastery. He is...

    A young monk arrives at the monastery. He is assigned to helping the other monks in copying the old laws of the church by hand. He notices, however, that all of the monks are copying from copies,...
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    Passed by a friends junque store the other day...

    Passed by a friends junque store the other day and came home with these. (10 bucks he charged me)

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    This one looks to be hand forged.

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  22. Well done Malcolm - certainly for the plant...

    Well done Malcolm - certainly for the plant stand, but more so for the work you do with those kids. You'll get bonus points for that I'm sure.
  23. I got a couple of these years ago and they are...

    I got a couple of these years ago and they are holding up well. A great way to store dowels, T tracks, etc - anything long and slender.

    Helps to remember to add the link...

    LINK
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    No comment on the pen, but the hockey tapering...

    No comment on the pen, but the hockey tapering works great. I have some 4" clamps with small handles that were pretty hard to tighten before I taped them up..
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    Been using VSDC for about a month now, and I like...

    Been using VSDC for about a month now, and I like it. Initially it looked WAY too complicated but once I started working with it, it wasn't too bad. Took me about an hour to import a video, split it...
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