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Dane Franco

New Year’s resolution

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My New Year’s resolution is to hand plane one side of every rough cut piece of lumber rough cut lumber I get.... Well, under 4ft maybe, cuz it’s like running a 10k.

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Hard maple does smell pretty good, not like teak though, that’s my fav......

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44 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

I am sure there were guys that their job was to do that all day long.

 

it was the FNG or the tradesman's kids that did it...

mostly the children...

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15 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

 

I hope you are referring to the wood...

Yeah, but probably should have been more specific.:rolleyes:

Thanks for clarifying.:P

It's been a VERY challenging & trying day...

Head not screwed on straight yet...IDK, threads probably stripped

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Funny, that’s actually the one I have.... it’s not terrible for a uni-motor, , but I do miss my 15”

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1 hour ago, lew said:

You are a better man than me!

Hhhmmm, probably not, sir. The rolling pins, dude...goodness.

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