HARO50

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About HARO50

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  • Birthday 03/15/1950

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    John
  • My Location
    Ontario, Canada
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    Not knowing nothing about the subject never stopped me from being no expert before!

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  1. Keep it simple, Stupid / Make it simple, Stupid!
  2. Fort Awesome Woodworkers Club
  3. Here you are, laying the blocks for the basement, and Lew is already shingling the roof! John
  4. WHAT???? YOU SAW AN ELEPHANT? John
  5. Burnt-out bulb! John
  6. So it should start right...... NOW! John
  7. LOVE IT!!! John
  8. Is this our future country leaders???? More likely your future drug users/dealers, Piggly Wiggly robbers, wannabee terrorists...... John
  9. Funny, I was waiting for that too! Did he use any glue on the chair or just trust to FRICTION? John
  10. At least they're solid wood! John
  11. They don't make trees LONG enough! John
  12. Oars are typically longer, and heavier, ride in an attached oarlock, and have a round (cylindrical) handle at the end. They are used in pairs, a left and a right. The paddle is lighter in weight, and is held with BOTH hands, hence the cross-wise grip. As for making your own, use waterproof glue for the blank, then all you really need is a sharp knife, although a spokeshave is safer. A cherry spine with cedar sides makes a good-looking paddle! John
  13. Sharp looking paddles, Robert! Having spent countless hours in canoes, I'd just like to point out that there IS a difference..... oars are used in rowboats! John
  14. FWIW, @Grandpadave52, the village of Welcome is about 25 minutes east of us, just north of the town of Port Hope. When I was a kid, there was a sign, placed by the town, that simply read "Welcome". Over time, it was decided that the town limits were about a mile or so south of the sign, and the little village (or collection of houses, really), took on the name on the old sign. But enough about us. Where on earth is Thank You? Inquiring minds want to know. It looks like it could be an Ontario road sign. John
  15. Thought I'd post this for you, John.

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