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Fred Wilson

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Fred Wilson last won the day on August 2 2016

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  • Birthday 05/08/1940

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    3041 Hill St., Duluth, GA, USA
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    Life is like a camera - - Focus on what's important, Capture the good times, Develop from the negatives,And if things don't work out, take another shot.

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  1. Status of Excalibur Scroll Saw

    artie, tried to order one from HD - Out of stock - none expected - asked them to take it off but apparently they did not I'm liking it as well Larry and Artie, the Seyco is only available in the 21" model and is "darn" near $900 - - - YIKES - - - I'm thinking getting some new parts for my "old" EX-21 and living it up with all the $$$ I've saved.
  2. Just when you think you've seen the dumbest thing

    Eating Tide pods instead of prunes. Hmmmm, then one would have to chew up some GasX to get rid of the bubbles.
  3. Disabled American Veterans

    Thank you, sire, for the information. Viewed and saved
  4. John, I have to check my "social calendar" before I can vote. ok? (She is not here right now )
  5. What brand scrollsaw do you use?

    Another addition to jt's comment - the Excaliber had a motor adjustment that controls the front to back alignment. Once adjusted properly one doesn't have to worry about it any more. Thanks JT for the comments.
  6. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly!

    Artie - like they said - "Practice makes (pretty much semi) perfect" - the lines wil become better - lookin good for a youngun - you will also learn blade choice that fits your style and species of wood and spped of machine - keep on strokin, Artie - we all started at the same place. Its hard to draw a straight line let alone cut one.
  7. New Blade!

    How about bones, antlers, ice cubes, frozen meat
  8. What brand scrollsaw do you use?

    Wichman - A good thing to take into consideration when stack cutting - perpandicular blade is a MUST - both left/right AND front/back - make sure that you can acurately adjust BOTH - (humble opinion of course) - what say you, jt?
  9. The Patriot Woodworker "Main" Website Page

    Sire - you have been a busy man - lookin' super fine
  10. Status of Excalibur Scroll Saw

    Unknown at this time - my guess would be "no". Too many similarities to the foreign built Excaliber.
  11. Status of Excalibur Scroll Saw

    Artie - GOOD choice, sir. Keep us up to date on your practice and the saw's performance. I'm sure that several of us will be looking forward to your comments.
  12. darn, Moody - you have your work cut out for you this weekend. As for me, we have the first show of the season in Forsyth, GA this weekend. Hope the weather holds up.
  13. Decorah Eagles Cam Update March 7th

    Just watched Mom and Dad trade places on the nest. Mom had to rearrange some of the sticks and corn shucks around the nest to fill in open spaces Outstanding watching them work.
  14. March 7th - Just checked the site some more - Mom (or Dad) is on the nest protecting new eggs surrounded by snow - That is DEDICATION Forgot to mention that it is presently 12.7 degrees F In case you lost the link - here it is - Decorah Eagles HD
  15. What brand scrollsaw do you use?

    My "comfort" is a pillow on a director's chair. Works purdy gude fer me

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