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Fred Wilson

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Fred Wilson last won the day on August 2 2016

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About Fred Wilson

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  • Birthday 05/08/1940

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  • First Name
    Fred
  • My Location
    3041 Hill St., Duluth, GA, USA
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    Male
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    Advanced
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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. Lidded Basket

    Great project - pins and dowels requires close tolerances. Great work, Wichman. Will be interesting to see the "finished" project.
  2. I have turned some of these clock pictures into monsters

    Patch - the clock is moving along quite nicely. It's great to see a master craftsman's work in progress. Thanks
  3. Decorah Eagles Cam is back and live

    An update MOM has laid her first egg and we can see her (and dad) taking turns to keeping it warm and safe. Mom should be laying the second shortly. This high definition camera is super sharp. Forgot to mention that the "chat" window is also open. Incase you lost the link - here it is - Decorah Eagles HD
  4. WIndows 10 Privacy

    Lew - checked it out - looks good - will give it a try, my friend
  5. Well, it is a start

    Know about "more forms", Steven. Got tired of all the runaround at the Atlanta VA and finally gave up on them. (This VA is so overcrowded that you just about have to "apply" for a "chance" to get an appointment. Taking a cab to the hospital is about the only way of finding a place to park)
  6. That was a short day in the shop

    darn, Jess, hopefully all will heal well and you can get back to making your great stuff in no time. In the mean time, catch up on all those books and DVDs you have been putting off because of our "hobby". Best wishes
  7. I am at a stand still for I can't make any patterns

    And then again, a good lookin shimmy could cause the wedgie
  8. What brand scrollsaw do you use?

    Personally I use an Excaliber EX21. Love the idea of a large table and the tilting arm (as opposed to the tilting table)
  9. Unique Scrolled Clock Plans

    Patch, great information. A lot of us forget to share their experiences. Will be looking forward to seeing your progress making this clock.
  10. Unique Scrolled Clock Plans

    Don't know how many of us make clocks (big and small). I'm always looking for unique plans that I haven't seen before. Stumbled upon this site and marveled at the uniqueness of the clocks. Boyer clocks If anyone has other sites with unique clock patterns would you share them? Thanks, guys, and keep the sawdust flying fred
  11. Second Amendment

    I DID remove the extra link between the sections and it makes a lot more sense. I will include the document with the piece when sold. (Good education item) Thanks guys for the roses
  12. Second Amendment

    Gene - great idea Gun control vs. people control
  13. Second Amendment

    I have decided to change the hangers between the sections. I firmly believe that the first two boards must be sloser together and the bottom two boards the same. This should dispell any comments regarding the two sectins of the amendment. "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state" and the second part "The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed". That sould help folks understand. Correct me if I'm mistaken here.
  14. Second Amendment

    I got this pattern from Sheila Landry and added my touch to it. The piece is cut from 3/4" Maple. I have also attached a document that I put together when researching the history of the amendment._The Second Amendment.docx
  15. Working with scroll saw patterns

    A lot of the patterns I get have the shaded areas cut out - (saves ink) - but - like Wichman says, ya gotta look at the pattern and see which way makes send to you.

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