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Our local PBS channel is showing the series "Rough Cut with Fine Woodworking". I never enjoyed the version with "Tommy Mac". I guess he was just way too different than Norm. Anyway, this series, IMO, is a little better. Looks like it is shot in the shop that was built for the previous series. 

 

The new host is Tom McLaughlin. 

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I caught most of it too Lew...+1 on all your assessments.

Was he building the cherry hall/foyer table on the episode you saw?

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The only PBS station I have on the dish hasn't picked it up yet, don't know if they ever will. I can get another OTA, but they haven't started showing it yet; I'm thinking they might. Problem is I have to remember when it's on to watch it. A lot harder than just recording it and catch it when you can.  I think it's streaming on line, but I'm not much for watching TV shows like that. That said, I would like to see it.

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2 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

I caught most of it too Lew...+1 on all your assessments.

Was he building the cherry hall/foyer table on the episode you saw?

Yes, that's the one our local PBS station ran on Saturday

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On 4/16/2018 at 3:36 PM, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

The only PBS station I have on the dish hasn't picked it up yet, don't know if they ever will. I can get another OTA, but they haven't started showing it yet; I'm thinking they might. Problem is I have to remember when it's on to watch it. A lot harder than just recording it and catch it when you can.  I think it's streaming on line, but I'm not much for watching TV shows like that. That said, I would like to see it.

I live so fur in the backwoods, it'll be a week later fore we can pick it up.

Aw the sweet sound of nature, earth worms makin their way up & down.

Mocking birds and crows fightin over which one gits to lite in the tator patch to pick them little round bugs offn the tator blooms.

What you aint never seen a tator bloom, must send u to school er somethn?

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On 4/21/2018 at 9:30 PM, Ol Buck said:

What you aint never seen a tator bloom, must send u to school er somethn?

You plant 'em eyes up or down?

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18 hours ago, p_toad said:

tomato plants.

 

On 4/21/2018 at 9:30 PM, Ol Buck said:

tator blooms.

Tomato, potatoe...both taste like they've been grown in the dirt.:rolleyes:

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