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Happy Veteran's Day to you all and thank those of you that served for your service. A "Thank You" seems so inadequate for the sacrifice you made. We all enjoy many freedoms and at times take them for granted and for always realize what you gave up for us. So Thank You, Thank You Thank You, Thank You!!!! Today has been a busy day around our house. My daughter and grandchildren came in yesterday and are spending the weekend with us. My six year old grandson was a huge helper today in the shop. We were planning down some Cedar for a customer. They wanted 1/2" cedar with one side left rough. So my grandson was helping us get the 32 boards into the shop and was taking them off the planer and stacked. And if you all remember the Poplar plant stand I build, well since the finishing room finally got completed I got the first of the stain on it. It is so nice to be able to move things into the finishing room now and continue to work in the shop and not have to worry about dust. So after this coat dries it will get a light sanding and then the next coat on. After that it will get a clear seal coat. So what's on your agenda this Veteran's day weekend? We always love to see and hear about your projects. Post those picture and let us know what you are working on. Have a nice long weekend and of course, be safe!
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