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Allen Worsham

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Allen Worsham last won the day on July 29 2018

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    "Graze in every man's field, but always give your own milk." J. Vernon McGee

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  1. Allen Worsham

    Off Bubble!

    If you really want to know if your significant other is off bubble.
  2. Allen Worsham

    My new Saw Stop is all together!!!

    The Saw Stop has a good mobile base set up. Once you put together the metal frame that the saw sets on, you attach the mobile base to the metal frame that lifts the saw. I used a folding table to do the assembly of the frame and mobile base on as it is not heavy. Then you have to put the saw itself onto the the stand. So I picked up the stand and mobile base and set it on the floor. Once it was on the floor I was able get the saw mated to the stand. The saw weighs 140 pounds so it was not fun doing it by myself. The mobile base that is attached to the saw base will lift the saw fine and the extension table is attached to the saw and rails. So when you push the foot pedal whatever is attached to the table saw will lift at the same time. Then you spin it around in circles with the swivel castors. Easy-Peasy.
  3. Allen Worsham

    My new Saw Stop is all together!!!

    I have a new can of wax ready to go.
  4. With all the stuff going on, I finally got my Brand New Saw Stop contractor saw all put together. I had it all in my garage for some time in boxes. I had to put it aside as I needed to get all of my tools and stuff out of the tubs and onto some new shelves and get my wife's stuff in order so she can put the car in the garage. So here are a few pics of the new table saw with the mobile base which works really good.
  5. Allen Worsham

    It has been awhile since I posted....

    I just got done putting the 2 big shelves together. They went together pretty easily.
  6. Much to contrary belief, I am still alive and working in the garage/shop since we moved from So. California back in October to Bowling Green, KY. We have had so much going on with getting our house in order as well as getting hooked up with a great church in town. https://livehopeful.com/ We have been getting involved in church life and they have just built and opened a new "Pregnancy Center" on site for expectant moms who are looking to choose life for their baby over abortion. My wife has been volunteering a couple of days per week and I have been busy picking up things for them and helping with some repairs. With all the cold weather in the garage, I was having trouble getting stuff done because it was so cold. With all the metal hardware in my spine the cold really messes me up. So after talking with Ron Dudelston on the phone, he suggested that I insulate the metal roll up 2-car garage door. So I went to Home Depot and picked up styrofoam panels and used construction adhesive and metal duct tape and installed 1.5" worth of foam. Insulating the door made it about 15-20 degrees warmer which made my life much easier. So I have been able to get started on building storage over the garage door. Got a bunch of 2x4's and long lag bolts to screw it all into the studs for storage of lighter weight stuff like Christmas stuff and other more lighter stuff so I can clear out the floor space in the garage for putting up some metal garage shelves so that I can start digging out my power tools and such. Today I should be able to get the 2 metal shelving units put together.......hopefully. Tomorrow Tami and I will be dropping off the Schnauzer at a "Doggy Day Care" in town overnight and head to Nashville for the day and then go to the "Switchfoot Concert". We got a hotel there for the night after the show. We have a couple of neighbors that will keep an eye on the house while we are gone. We are soooooooo looking forward to getting away.
  7. Note: Administration can remove this post if it is too "Political". https://www.westernjournal.com/judge-finds-faulty-lines-not-climate-change-source-cali-fires/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=westernjournalism&utm_content=2019-01-20&utm_campaign=manualpost&fbclid=IwAR3HSRI1iK5psmyPNwmo8XAvpyelNwlOuDYnqLhJFGtmKLmi-yluQPf17aY In California you have those who want to keep the natural brush and plants and file lawsuits if anyone destroys the "trees & weeds" in the areas of power lines where sparks from the conductors will spark which could cause fires. Then you have others who require the removal of the "trees & weeds" in the areas of power lines so that there is less chance for brush fires which could destroy large areas and cause great damage and many losing their lives. Pacific Gas & Electric has time and time again asked the California Government to be able to clear the native brush so that there would be less chance of starting brush fires due to sparks from the power lines, but the environmentalist wackos protest and the state of California sides with the wackos. Hence you have the great death and damage in California. My Dad was always shaking his head as he would talk with his Fireman friends about this back in the 60's and 70's about this and the Firemen said that their hands were tied because of the environmentalists wanting to save the trees and brush. Hmmmmm.......Same things come around again, and again, and again over the years. I am so glad to be out of California.
  8. Allen Worsham

    What Batteries Do you use?

    I buy the Duracell or Eveready from Sam's Club in the large bulk packs. Cheapest way for us to keep up with batteries when the charge goes out. We use mostly the AA & AAA and then some of the C & D's. Now that we have very efficient flashlights that use the AA size that can beat the larger sized battery flashlights, it makes things much easier. Awhile back when I was at the Indoor Gun Range I came across some smaller LED flashlights that are rechargeable. It is a flat rectangular that is able to clip on on a pocket as well as having good strong magnets that will let me stick it on anything metal. I use it primarily for when I walk the dog at night as we have very little light where we live. It sure beats carrying a larger hand-held flashlight while keeping a hold of our Schnauzer.
  9. Allen Worsham

    Got my New "Saw Stop" picked up today!!!

    Yup! I will be picking up a can of the wax today.
  10. Just picked up my brand new Saw Stop Contractor saw with 36" fence and mobile base from the Woodcraft Store in Franklin TN which was about 90 minutes from my home in Bowling Green KY. They had it all on a pallet and fork lifted it up so I could get it slid into the truck bed. Once I got home I got got out all the boxes into the garage. Then the big job was to get the saw itself out of the truck. So I cut up the box and all the Styrofoam and was able get the saw out and put on a box and rolled it in. So later today I will get started on getting the saw set up.
  11. Allen Worsham

    Border Patrol/Customs

    I read an article yesterday that the shipments coming in from the Mexico side are not being allowed in. The vast majority of tile coming into California comes from Mexico.
  12. My wife and I finally got to go through the various boxes in the garage after the move. So we only have 2 more boxes for Tami to deal with (all of her teacher stuff). So that means I got the green light to buy my new table saw. I will be looking for a Saw Stop contractor with 32" extension. I would be able to order it from Amazon but they would add on $150 for shipping and they could not guaranty that they would be able to deliver it due to the weight. So I contacted the Woodcraft Store in Franklin, TN which is a bit over an hour drive from my house. They were currently out of stock but were placing an order for a number of them. So they took my name and cell number and will contact me when they get their shipment. So hopefully I will hear back from them in the next 7-10 days.
  13. Allen Worsham

    Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas to all!!!! Last night we drove down to Nashville to pick up our daughter Elizabeth as she flew out from California to spend a few days with Tami and I. Didn't get much sleep as the our Miniature Schnauzer automatically wakes us up between 6-6:30am and we went to bed about 1:00am. Hope you all have a great day with your family and friends celebrating the birth of Jesus.
  14. Tami and I will be driving down to Nashville Airport tonight to pick up our daughter as she flies in from So. California. We will have here for a few days and then our son will drive down and spend a night before taking our daughter to back to Indianapolis to spend a few days with him and his wife.
  15. Allen Worsham

    People ask me why we left California.....

    Actually it was all the churches in town got together and bought up the liquor license. Yorba Linda was a dry town. The closest place to get an alcoholic drink by the glass was in the city of Placentia. You could go to the grocery store and buy a case of beer, but you could not get an alcoholic drink at a bar in Yorba Linda.

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