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  1. #46
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    steven hope you feel better!!

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    Was taking an antibiotic that didn't play nice with the other meds I'm taking.....blood pressure was elevated...migraine followed...day after sucks worse than a Pub Crawl Day after.....

    Thanks for looking in!. Shop is due for a through clean-up...and putting all the toys away....

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    Steve, take care of yourself...We need you healthy so you can be in the shop...Love your pictures of your builds...Stay well,
    Jerry

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    Saw this and thought I'd share my saw till. I had started this about a year ago and just got around to finishing it a few weeks ago. White pine (mostly quartersawn) and walnut. The drawer stores saw related tools and has a mitered liner which allows a small tray, for files, to slide back and forth. Being a shop project, I experimented with through dovetails for the drawer front - thinking I'd really like it. Truth be told, I'm not crazy about it. My saws aren't very nice and I expect to slowly replace them with nicer ones, but I'm glad I have somewhere organized to store them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan McGonigle View Post
    Saw this and thought I'd share my saw till. I had started this about a year ago and just got around to finishing it a few weeks ago. White pine (mostly quartersawn) and walnut. The drawer stores saw related tools and has a mitered liner which allows a small tray, for files, to slide back and forth. Being a shop project, I experimented with through dovetails for the drawer front - thinking I'd really like it. Truth be told, I'm not crazy about it. My saws aren't very nice and I expect to slowly replace them with nicer ones, but I'm glad I have somewhere organized to store them!
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    Dan, very nice results.....Good job..Like those drawers
    Jerry

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    Steven,

    +1 on what Jerry said. Take care of yourself first.

    Stew

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    Took a walk downtown today....we went to a local hamburger joint, to pick up Supper.....was going along ok...legs were getting a bit tight. Made the turn off the city sidewalk and up a step onto my own, concrete sidewalk.....I don't bounce, anymore. A twig got between my feet, and tripped me up.....and then down we went.....elbow, hands, and a knee hit the sidewalk.....gonna leave a mark, or three....I had my hoodie on, otherwise things would have been a bit....messy. Will take this weekend off, from the shop.....kind of sore, right now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven c newman View Post
    Took a walk downtown today....we went to a local hamburger joint, to pick up Supper.....was going along ok...legs were getting a bit tight. Made the turn off the city sidewalk and up a step onto my own, concrete sidewalk.....I don't bounce, anymore. A twig got between my feet, and tripped me up.....and then down we went.....elbow, hands, and a knee hit the sidewalk.....gonna leave a mark, or three....I had my hoodie on, otherwise things would have been a bit....messy. Will take this weekend off, from the shop.....kind of sore, right now....
    Please Be Careful, get some REST and Heal......Later, back to shop.
    Jerry

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    Nice saw till Dan. The one I need to build is getting closer to the top of the list. I like your style with the angled sides, but I keep thinking that I need to put a door on it to help keep moisture and/or dust off the saws. The only wall space I have to put it in would be a PIA to have a door opening at that spot. I will have the drawer though. Thanks for sharing.
    David

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    Ibuprofen can be your best friend Steven C. Take some time off to heal up and rejuvenate the juices.
    David

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    Hi Steven,

    Sorry to hear about the fall, but glad you are taking a bit of time off from the shop, probably a very good idea, given the situation.

    Stew

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