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Bill Wells, Part time wood worker
Well after a few months checking out this web site it was time to join.
I started woodworking when Norm Abram was on the PBS stations in the late 90’s and right there, l was hooked.
So over the yr’s l collected all the basic wood tools that would fit in my garage in FL, and some say l got a little carried away but with enough wheels to move tools around, l can manage just about anything, as long as it’s not too big…

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#1 posted 03-16-2018 03:01 PM

Well after a few months checking out this web site it was time to join.
My name is Bill Wells and started woodworking when Norm Abram was on the PBS stations in the late 90’s and right there, l was hooked.
So over the yr’s l collected all the basic wood tools that would fit in my garage in FL, and some say l got a little carried away but with enough wheels to move tools around, l can manage just about anything, as long as it’s not to big…

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