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The Patriot Woodworkers with Operation Ward 57 Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays - 2019 project is live, please click on link to view our very special annual project.

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  1. I really like my Wixey protractor, too. I should have purchased the one with longer legs when I got mine and I wish the locking mechanism was a little easier to operate. For me, the bunk beds are coming along. The Mom is going to check out what I've done so far and provide some thoughts on a couple of points I need clarified.
  2. Looks pretty good to me!
  3. I like it! These are fun to make but I still have not perfected shaping the "bowl". Mine are always too primitive
  4. Nice! Should do the trick!
  5. Starting the stair/drawer end of the bunk beds
  6. Really like the "reverse" trim at the top and bottom, John.
  7. Looks Great, Ron! I like the broom closet idea. Refrigerator openings can be a real bear. I redid our kitchen about 15 years ago and made all the openings as per "appliance specs". Just recently we had to replace the refrigerator- there was no spare room on either side!
  8. I thought your electrical hook ups in the other one really added to the "neato" factor.
  9. Looks like you solved the problem, deliciously!
  10. Love it! The choice of woods is super! Glad you at least got to buy some new tools!
  11. lew

    Maple

    You should be able to knock out one or two cutting boards from that pile!
  12. I really like the idea of the tote!
  13. Can't wait to see what you have done! Larry Jenkins said:
  14. Hey, Larry! I'm still here, too!
  15. Sweet! Looks like all the family is snuggled warm in their beds!!
  16. Beautiful Work!! Love that Challenge Coin holder!
  17. Looking Good, John! I hadn't realized how large it was.
  18. Can't wait to see the finish on that walnut!
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