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by AZWoody
posted 12-22-2017 05:55 PM


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#1 posted 12-22-2017 07:36 PM

+1

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#2 posted 12-22-2017 07:49 PM

Woody – we do the same thing in the Sign Makers world on a routine basis.
we run articles on social media as well as in the sign craft magazines.
they are not free – most events are about $50-60 per person which includes a T-Shirt for the event,
snacks and lunch, and try to get as much supplies donated by vendors as possible.
advance registration is required to ensure everyone gets as much as possible out of the event
and the event host does not get stuck with an abundance of unused products and personal expenses.
safety is of the utmost importance. we have the fire marshal inspect the building to ensure
everything is up to code. The event planner also reaches out to the insurance company to
insure there is ample coverage in case of injuries (which sometimes do happen).
meets during the frigid winter months are scheduled in the South and vise-a-versa.
here is a meet that was held at my sign shop in 2002. the theme was “A Gathering of Craftsmen”
we had about 112 people show up and it was a blast for everyone.
we try to make it around the government holidays where those that have “real jobs” would have a long weekend.
as you mentioned – we all have different skills and when a group gets together to share, teach and learn
in a comfortable atmosphere, it is quite rewarding. and everyone makes a new friend.
http://www.letterville.com/meets/springfling/index.html
and another one
http://www.letterville.com/meets/migration/index.html

I don’t know how many people you can safely accommodate at your place
but I can guide you through the hurdles and pitfalls if you need some help.

-- there is no educational alternative to having a front row seat in the School of Hard Knocks. --

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#3 posted 12-22-2017 08:16 PM



Woody – we do the same thing in the Sign Makers world on a routine basis.
we run articles on social media as well as in the sign craft magazines.
they are not free – most events are about $50-60 per person which includes a T-Shirt for the event,
snacks and lunch, and try to get as much supplies donated by vendors as possible.
advance registration is required to ensure everyone gets as much as possible out of the event
and the event host does not get stuck with an abundance of unused products and personal expenses.
safety is of the utmost importance. we have the fire marshal inspect the building to ensure
everything is up to code. The event planner also reaches out to the insurance company to
insure there is ample coverage in case of injuries (which sometimes do happen).
meets during the frigid winter months are scheduled in the South and vise-a-versa.
here is a meet that was held at my sign shop in 2002. the theme was “A Gathering of Craftsmen”
we had about 112 people show up and it was a blast for everyone.
we try to make it around the government holidays where those that have “real jobs” would have a long weekend.
as you mentioned – we all have different skills and when a group gets together to share, teach and learn
in a comfortable atmosphere, it is quite rewarding. and everyone makes a new friend.
http://www.letterville.com/meets/springfling/index.html
and another one
http://www.letterville.com/meets/migration/index.html

I don t know how many people you can safely accommodate at your place
but I can guide you through the hurdles and pitfalls if you need some help.

- John Smith

Thanks, I appreciate it. I’ll pm, you soon.

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#4 posted 01-02-2018 05:36 PM

I’m free on any weekend from Jan 27 on.

Jacklewis emailed me earlier and wants to bring some of his extra pieces and would like others to bring what they have as well for an exchange. That’s a great idea so let’s make the most of it.

Any other ideas are welcome.

I am going to make sure I have some logs on hand for sawmill demos. I should be having a large pile of cottonwoods by then.

If anyone wants to bring a trailer for lumber, that’s also alright by me. By then, all the lumber I won from that cabinet maker’s auction should be here. Everything should be well below what you can get at any hardwood dealer in the city.

Once we can get a date settled on, I’ll set up a link for rsvp so I can figure what all we will be needing for food and other such fun things ;)

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#5 posted 01-02-2018 09:10 PM

I would like to make the trip from Las Vegas, but will be in California for the next month or so. If you have this at the middle to the end of February, or later, I would be up for the trip.

-- Paul, Duvall, WA

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#6 posted 01-03-2018 12:19 AM

I’m up in Heber-Overgaard ~5 hours away so I’ll have to see when the time comes

Myles

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#7 posted 01-03-2018 12:50 AM

Charles, let me know what the times will be, from am to pm. I’ll let the folks know in my turning club and the woodworkers club also. Maybe could get a carload of people or even better, a pickup load…............ Jerry (in Tucson)

-- Jerry (in Tucson) www.woodturnerstools.com

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#8 posted 01-03-2018 02:47 AM

I’m open to suggestions on time. I’m thinking a lunch would be best though. So maybe we can start trickling in around 10am or 11am and have lunch start a little after and then really get to going on some sawmill stuff and the swaps right after lunch. That would give us the afternoon to do whatever.

That’s cool Jerry on your turning club. Would be fun to meet others as well.

Paul, so 3rd week in Feb at the earliest for you?

Myles, wow, that would be a trip for you. Anything that you can bring up there to throw on the sawmill that I normally don’t find here in the desert?

Also, i was thinking. For the people who have to drive a ways, there is a Microtel about 30 minutes from my farm.
I can get info for anyone who would want to stay the night and not have to drive back late.

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#9 posted 01-03-2018 04:34 AM

I’d like to join in if you all will have me. I’d love to buy some lumber if the price is right. Mesquite and walnut are the tops on my list right now. I’m in Tucson.

-- Half of what we read or hear about finishing is right. We just don’t know which half! — Bob Flexner

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#10 posted 01-03-2018 01:34 PM

Sounds like a hoot of a time,
I’m in phoenix, so a couple three hours in the rig and can be there, as for time, i’m pretty open, have a couple trips planned for heading to midwest, but no absolute date yet, the boss here will dictate that.
looking forward to it
Rj in Az.

-- Living the dream

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#11 posted 01-03-2018 01:56 PM

I’m in Snowflake so the info about the little motel would be very helpful.
Rich, I have a few 4/4 rough sawn Walnut boards I’d give you. No charge. They are 8”-10” wide and 8’-10’ long. I’d have to cut them to fit in the PU bed which is 6.5’.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#12 posted 01-03-2018 04:40 PM

That would be awesome, Gene. Six feet is pretty much the limit of the SUV anyway. I usually have the lumber yard cut 10 footers to 6 feet and 4 feet.

-- Half of what we read or hear about finishing is right. We just don’t know which half! — Bob Flexner

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#13 posted 01-03-2018 05:10 PM

You got it, Rich. Want some pin oak, too?

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#14 posted 01-03-2018 07:30 PM

The hotel closest to me is the Microtel Inn & Suites in Wellton, AZ
Then, Gila Bend would be the next closest to me and i believe there is a Best Western there. An old one though.
That is an hour away.

Wellton is 30 minutes to my place.

I might have some Palo Verde short logs I’ll be throwing in to raffle off. Just came across one that was cut up in a house that’s going to be demolished. Also some cottonwoods and eucalyptus trees. I’m thinking a cottonwood crotch also. Those are beautiful when turned.

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#15 posted 01-04-2018 05:48 PM

So if we plan on Feb 17th, would that throw a wrench in Valentine’s day plans for anyone here?
Does moving it to the following week work better if that’s a problem?

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#16 posted 01-04-2018 06:11 PM

Depending on the weekend it’s very likely I’ll be down there for this as well.

-- Dave - http://kelleycrafts.com/ - pen blanks - knife scales - turning tools

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#17 posted 01-04-2018 10:52 PM

That’s good for me. If it’s a date certain, I can reserve a room in Welton.
Might have a few planks of Russian olive to bring by then. If anyone is interested.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#18 posted 01-05-2018 12:27 AM



That s good for me. If it s a date certain, I can reserve a room in Welton.
Might have a few planks of Russian olive to bring by then. If anyone is interested.

- Gene Howe

I would love to see that. Let’s see if we can get the ok for the 17th for a few others before confirming.
I want to be able to accommodate as many as possible.

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#19 posted 01-06-2018 08:45 PM

Want to put out another call to see what people think of Feb 17th.
Starting around 10:00am until….well, whenver the fun ends :)

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#20 posted 01-06-2018 08:53 PM

I’d love to come. I can’t commit to anything. but locking in a weekend (like the 17th) at least gives me time to convince my wife I need to be gone that day. I think it best to announce, “this is the date” and let people find a way to make it work.

I’ve been wanting to come see you for months so will try to make it, whenever it is.

-- Matt - Phoenix, AZ

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#21 posted 01-06-2018 09:36 PM

2-17 works for me…......... Jerry (in Tucson)

-- Jerry (in Tucson) www.woodturnerstools.com

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#22 posted 01-06-2018 10:43 PM

Then February 17th it is :)

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#23 posted 01-06-2018 11:45 PM

yeehaw, nothing like a gathering of …................ lol

hope to see you there
Rj in az.

-- Living the dream

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#24 posted 01-06-2018 11:55 PM

free wood & BBQ?
You caught my attention!
All for meager cost of 5 hour drive (round trip) from east side of Phoenix.
Hopefully I can finish a couple of items from honey do list before 17th, so that Saturday is available!

Have a question since I missed last event:
Do I need to bring a trailer to haul home the slabs/stacks being raffled off? :)

-- If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have no luck at all, - Albert King - Born Under a Bad Sign released 1967

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#25 posted 01-07-2018 01:33 AM

Definitely will have some giveaways but how much will be determined by how many people show up.
I will work on some kind of online rsvp page with info on directions, etc.

This isn’t a potluck but if anyone has something that is a specialty that they would like to share, everyone is more than welcome to bring drinks or food for everyone to enjoy.

I’m also thinking of non alcoholic as we will be around large machinery and woodworking equipment.

If you have a trailer, bring it for if you win a slab or, for the exchange also.
I’m hoping this can be something we do every year. I know I’m in the boonies but the weather should be lovely and not a person to disturb with our woodworking shenanigans :D

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#26 posted 01-07-2018 02:25 PM

Unless, Payson and the rim gets a ton of snow, I’ll be there.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#27 posted 01-07-2018 06:00 PM



I m open to suggestions on time. I m thinking a lunch would be best though. So maybe we can start trickling in around 10am or 11am and have lunch start a little after and then really get to going on some sawmill stuff and the swaps right after lunch. That would give us the afternoon to do whatever.

That s cool Jerry on your turning club. Would be fun to meet others as well.

Paul, so 3rd week in Feb at the earliest for you?

Myles, wow, that would be a trip for you. Anything that you can bring up there to throw on the sawmill that I normally don t find here in the desert?

Also, i was thinking. For the people who have to drive a ways, there is a Microtel about 30 minutes from my farm.
I can get info for anyone who would want to stay the night and not have to drive back late.

- AZWoody

I’m still thinking about going to this shindig, we just moved up on “the rim” last spring and don’t have any wood from up here except firewood, but…. I do have a bunch of black walnut that I brought from Oregon when I moved to AZ, most of it pretty heavily figured. I have some three inch thick boards that I’d like to get re-sawed but I don’t think a log mill would be the way to go.
I could bring some for some kind of trade, maybe. I had four 10 ft x 3 inch thick live edge ~20-24 wide boards but I’ve used part of one so they may no longer be in sequence but if there’s interest I can bring some. I’ve only posted two projects on here but they show some of the walnut.
If there’s “real” interest I can dig some out and take a few pics.

Thanks for even considering putting this on.
Myles

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#28 posted 01-07-2018 10:43 PM

Hey Myles, the wood swap is just one of the things we’ll be doing. It’s not something you have to take part in to come. I’m sure whatever you do bring, someone will be interested in. There’s no rule it has to be from AZ :)

For all you rim folks, make sure you are wearing something for the warmer weather. It’s been in the 70s and 80s here this winter :)

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#29 posted 01-07-2018 11:54 PM

I have some 50 plus inch walnut slabs, and some chunks of wood for bowl blanks, i may be able to get some roughed out by then , but if not so be it.
If anyone would like some live edge smaller walnut slabs, i’ll bring a few with, along with what ever else i can round up.
yeehaw, nothing like a get together, haven’t been in se az for quite a while.

ric j

-- Living the dream

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#30 posted 01-09-2018 03:26 PM

I have a Worksharp 3000 used twice. If any one is interested, I’ll bring it…if I haven’t gotten rid of it beforehand.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#31 posted 01-09-2018 10:17 PM



I have a Worksharp 3000 used twice. If any one is interested, I ll bring it…if I haven t gotten rid of it beforehand.

- Gene Howe

Good idea. Heck, I have a few things I’m trying to get rid of also. If anyone wants to sell or swap tools, let’s go for it.

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#32 posted 01-10-2018 02:55 PM


I have a Worksharp 3000 used twice. If any one is interested, I ll bring it…if I haven t gotten rid of it beforehand.

- Gene Howe

Good idea. Heck, I have a few things I m trying to get rid of also. If anyone wants to sell or swap tools, let s go for it.

- AZWoody


It’s definitely coming. I’ll see what else I can fit in.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#33 posted 01-10-2018 03:28 PM

AS i live too far away too join in the fun…...... i ask please take pictures and video thanks all :<))

-- Tony---- Reinholds,Pa.------ REMEMBER TO ALWAYS HAVE FUN :<))

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#34 posted 01-15-2018 01:15 PM

Man, I’m glad I reviewed this thread. I’d booked the motel and was planning head out early TOMMOROW, January the 17th. Plans for today was to load the Sharpener and lumber. Whew!!
See you all NEXT month.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#35 posted 01-15-2018 06:35 PM



Man, I m glad I reviewed this thread. I d booked the motel and was planning head out early TOMMOROW, January the 17th. Plans for today was to load the Sharpener and lumber. Whew!!
See you all NEXT month.

- Gene Howe

Ouch, that would have been a costly mistake, haha.

I’m actually working on the page for an online rsvp and it will have directions, etc.

Looking forward to meeting you.

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Gene Howe

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#36 posted 01-15-2018 07:31 PM

Well, we coulda had coffee while I cried.
Glad your going to post the particulars. I’m lost without the GPS.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#37 posted 01-16-2018 03:48 AM

I have the RSVP page set up so please, everybody who is coming let me know through there to figure out what I will need for food.

Also, if you do want to bring something to eat or drink, leave a note telling me what you would like to bring.
No alcohol please as we will be around machinery and also no children. This is a working farm as well and there will also be tractors and other machinery entering and exiting the equipment yards nearby.

Please follow the link and sign up. We will have drawings throughout the time and I will be firing up the sawmill.
I’ve just had a lot of logs come into the shop and more are lined up to come as well.

http://sonorawoodworks.rsvpify.com

Any questions you can pm me here or email me. My email is on the rsvp page and you can also leave a note on the rsvp as well.

I hope everyone has a great time. See you next month :)

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#38 posted 01-19-2018 08:01 PM

Hey everyone. Just putting this up there as a reminder for everyone to get your rsvp in.
Also, I will put a list up of some tools I’ll have for sale and if anyone else wants to bring anything, put it up on here.
Gene is bringing his Worksharp 3000 for any interested as well.

Might as well take advantage of this get together to help each other out.

I actually have lot of old hand tools that i have not cleaned up but if there is anyone interested in hand tools, I can set those out as well.

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#39 posted 01-21-2018 04:44 AM

I just got the ok from the missuz. I’ll be there. I can bring hand tools as well if anyone is interested.

Looking forward to it.

Also can carpool from Phoenix if anyone wants a ride

-- Matt - Phoenix, AZ

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#40 posted 01-21-2018 02:32 PM

Matt, any chance you’ll be coming thru Snowflake? :- )
What hand tools are you considering?

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#41 posted 01-21-2018 03:01 PM

Hey Gene. No, I’m in phoenix so won’t be up your way. I’ve been hoarding hand tools with the intent of cleaning them up. The to do pile is getting out of hand. I’ve got a bunch. I’ll stop short of saying I have about anything you need but there’s a lot of stuff in the pile. If there’s anything specific you are looking for I’ll bring it. Otherwise I’ll round up a few boxes full and bring them for sale/ swap /give away/whatever.

-- Matt - Phoenix, AZ

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#42 posted 01-21-2018 04:04 PM

I”m most likely in, just waiting for a client to confirm our meeting moved for that weekend.
May bring another fella woodworker, I did score some olive logs, so gonna bring at least one, and some of the mesquite cuts and acacia cuts,
not sure if i have any tools i can or would part with, i tend to hang onto everything, lol, he who ends up with the most wins something , doesn’t he/her.
i’ll rsvp as soon as client is back from safari.
happy sunday
rj in az.

-- Living the dream

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#43 posted 01-21-2018 08:42 PM

Glad to see people are able to make it.
I hope you can make things work out RJ.

Also, in a note on the RSVP, put your lumberjock name so I know who it is. Most I already know but just a way so I can keep track better.

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#44 posted 01-26-2018 10:48 PM

Ok, so while i still haven’t heard from my client, i’m gonna commit anyway.
So i’m probably gonna bring a large olive tree log, a couple really nice large mesquite cutoffs so someone can make bowl blanks from all of this, and just today, i cut down an african sumac tree, the grain was odd but after the air hit it, for a few hours, it turned a crimson red, just awesome, so i’ll bring a log of it, had one leg of it a little rotten in middle, which i understand is an issue with this type of tree, but has a couple crotch pieces, that just might yeild some awesome grain.

also, i purchase a truck load of walnut live edge slabs, about 4 plus feet long by maybe 13 plus wide, beautiful i ‘ll bring a couple of these along maybe we can raffle them off or something.

gonna bring a wood working buddy along,
gonna be a hoot.
Rj in arizona

took me forever to find this thread, hehehe, I am a terrible guy with computers.

-- Living the dream

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#45 posted 01-26-2018 10:54 PM



Ok, so while i still haven t heard from my client, i m gonna commit anyway.
So i m probably gonna bring a large olive tree log, a couple really nice large mesquite cutoffs so someone can make bowl blanks from all of this, and just today, i cut down an african sumac tree, the grain was odd but after the air hit it, for a few hours, it turned a crimson red, just awesome, so i ll bring a log of it, had one leg of it a little rotten in middle, which i understand is an issue with this type of tree, but has a couple crotch pieces, that just might yeild some awesome grain.

also, i purchase a truck load of walnut live edge slabs, about 4 plus feet long by maybe 13 plus wide, beautiful i ll bring a couple of these along maybe we can raffle them off or something.

gonna bring a wood working buddy along,
gonna be a hoot.
Rj in arizona

took me forever to find this thread, hehehe, I am a terrible guy with computers.

- Knockonit

Wow, that’s awesome. This looks like this is going to turn into a heck of a time for everyone.

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#46 posted 01-27-2018 04:11 PM

Hey, RJ. Need a Worksharp? :- )

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#47 posted 01-27-2018 11:22 PM

Nope, sorry Gene, i have one, and learning to use it, have a grizzley grinder also, now there is a challenge. learning to sharpen lathe goods is my bane, but eventually i will achieve scary sharp. lol

happy saturday
ric j


Hey, RJ. Need a Worksharp? :- )

- Gene Howe


-- Living the dream

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#48 posted 01-28-2018 12:47 AM


Hey, RJ. Need a Worksharp? :- )

- Gene Howe

Since RJ has one already, maybe we should talk. I have a Tormek and MK II with stones, but I keep looking at the Worksharp thinking it would be nice to have on the counter for quick touch-ups.

-- Half of what we read or hear about finishing is right. We just don’t know which half! — Bob Flexner

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#49 posted 01-28-2018 02:56 PM


Hey, RJ. Need a Worksharp? :- )

- Gene Howe

Since RJ has one already, maybe we should talk. I have a Tormek and MK II with stones, but I keep looking at the Worksharp thinking it would be nice to have on the counter for quick touch-ups.

- Rich


Wanna trade for something? I’ll take darned near anything. From Single malt to lumber.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#50 posted 01-28-2018 03:44 PM

.Did someone say single malt, hmm, you have my attention. lol

happy sunday, gonna loaf around till it warms up then get busy finding something to finish up. haha, might as well fix the edge sander, dang cord has needed replaced for quite a while. lol

stay safe and enjoy the warmth.

Rj

-- Living the dream

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