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Pauley

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About Pauley

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    Apprentice
  • Birthday 01/23/1950

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  • First Name
    Paul
  • My Location
    New Hampshire
  • Gender
    Male
  • My skill level is
    You got me, you figure it out!
  • Favorite Quote
    A simple gift

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  1. Just doing what we had to do...I’d do it again in a heart beat, as long as they didn’t mind a little deafness, neuropathy, bad back and knee, etc, etc...ha ha ha.
  2. Actually, we were on our way out...
  3. Wishing you all a safe, warm and happy Thanksgiving day. God Bless you all.
  4. Thanks for all the replies....and for the grammar lesson. Ha ha ha....
  5. While working on getting the shop together, I began to wonder what the best way to store the flammables? I used to keep them in a cabinet I made, but I don’t think that’s the right way. I looked at the Flammable cabinets and man, you need to take out a mortgage to get one of them. So my question to you guys is, how do you safely store your flammables?
  6. Thanks Gene. It’s a lot bigger than what I’m used to.
  7. I did apply some Varathane poly on it.
  8. I feel,the same way, but not all at once...
  9. I feel,the same way, but not all at once...
  10. Thanks Lew...they certainly do come in handy.
  11. Thank you. My wife and I did this together.
  12. I have all the walls up and have started to put some of the tools in place. Having a guy installing some heat for me tomorrow. Here’s some photos, but ....still a lot more to do.
  13. Thanks Cal. I will be taking some more photos soon.
  14. Ha ha ha....you guys can come by anytime...just let me know.
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