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I don't know about down here in the US but, when in Canada, Tim's is my go to spot for coffee and pastry. 

Wish they'd hurry up and get some out this way. I'd sure give 'em a shot. 

Gee, this is way off Oldwoodie's post. Sorry, Jim.

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18 hours ago, Dadio said:

 How about Canadian Tire?

Herb

The local store only carries belts for hand-held sanders. Mine is a bench model, uses 4"x36" belts.

John

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2 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

I don't know about down here in the US but, when in Canada, Tim's is my go to spot for coffee and pastry. 

Wish they'd hurry up and get some out this way. I'd sure give 'em a shot. 

Gee, this is way off Oldwoodie's post. Sorry, Jim.

Well, as long as YOU started it, :rolleyes:, the Golden Arches up here have greatly improved their coffee! Twenty years ago, the stuff was undrinkable, now it's ALMOST as good as Tim's.

John

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Stick would probably be interested in the dough nut holes!

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3 hours ago, oldwoodie said:

Stick would probably be interested in the dough nut holes!

 

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Well, I just looked up my old 

sargent plane on ebay, and they are selling for as much as 100.00 plus freight! Hmmm, I might ought to hang onto it for a while!

 

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Grandpaw, rest his soul, was a pretty good farmer, and he told me that when I grew up, to rememvber that if you buy something for $1.00 and sell it for $10.00, that 9% profit was pretty good! Stick could buy a lot of doughnuts at that  %!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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