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  1. While building a new router wing for my tablesaw, I realized I used a template for my old router plate.....,perfect. Whelp, I ain’t getting those two hours back!
  2. Had a pair of visitors this morning, in the Dungeon Shop....They came over from Columbus , OH. Quick tour of the Dresser Build, then on the road back to the Columbus area.....with me riding "Shotgun" Stopped at Andrew P. 's basement shop first. NICE shop, mainly power tools, but still a LOT of hand tools. He makes more boxes than I do. Load up, and head further into town. Around east 6th street.....stopped at a hole in the wall cabinet shop/ guitar shop. Owner has been selling a LOT of old arn, from around the area. Our other partner -in-crime in today's adventures, Chris H. seems to have bought an older Delta Cabinet saw. Took the three of us, and the seller to tear the saw enough to load into the back of Andrew's SUV. Motor cover was the metal box. Then we motored slowly to Chris's house, and unloaded the pieces. No, we did NOT back up real fast and slam n the brakes. Then, since we were there, we toured Chris's shop. Takes up the entire bay of the garage. Got to see all his tools and things, and a lot of his projects he has made. Finally, we all piled back into the SUV and headed back north. Stopped at a Mexican place for supper ( BURP!) and then back to Andrew's place. He dug out the Tormek, and sharpened a couple chisels for me. Finally, time to tell Andrew farewell, and Chris drove me back home. LONG day, but got to visit a few other nice shops.....both looked better than mine. Plans are to meet again in about a month. Weather was perfect, traffic wasn't that bad, shops looked GREAT, food was good! Rather enjoyed the day. As for that seller....he collects old arn, and resells them....some dummy forgot to bring his camera along.....maybe next time...?
  3. Three days of work at John Moody's shop addition has yielded two doors cut in, insulation added, plywood on walls and half the ceiling and many laughs.
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