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Fred W. Hargis Jr

The Date For The TPW Gathering Is

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4 hours ago, kmealy said:

Going out this am and half the neighbors lawns are mostly underwater. 

I put an order in with the County Highway Department to install sideboards on the roadside ditches:rolleyes:

 

The back part of our property is lower laying; upper portion much higher elevation and receives run-off from adjoining farm fields where all the water moves on to an open county field ditch. Earlier today our lower area had pretty fast moving water. We've had nearly 4" of rain since early this morning combined with the 5"+ of snow from yesterday.

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And thunderstorms, scattered tornadoes and hail this evening.   Was 2" fresh snow yesterday morning,  75 today, and will be 35 tomorrow morning.

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Tami and I plan on being there. We should be all moved and settled in Bowling Green, KY by then.

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I would have to reluctantly rule myself out for a gathering this summer, but pictures would be real cool.

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If we still lived in Ohio, I would have been less than 30 minutes away. As it is now, 1800 miles is a bit far. I'd sure like to be there, maybe some of you guys can travel up to Keim lumber and see their wood selection and be sure not to miss those fabulous Amish restaurants. 

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But you'll be here in spirit, right??????

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1800 mi. for Ron. Must be around 2400 for me. Of course, if Morris could pick Ron, Stick and I up in the PWW corporate jet......:rolleyes:

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7 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

Of course, if Morris could pick Ron, Stick and I up in the PWW corporate jet......:rolleyes:

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@Fred W. Hargis Jr, our Sponsor Laguna Tools would like to ship you some wonderful door prizes for the folks who show up at the 1st Annual Patriot Woodworker Meet and Greet. Can you please PM me your shipping address? Thanks!

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33 minutes ago, John Morris said:

our Sponsor Laguna Tools would like to ship you some wonderful door prizes for the folks who show up at the 1st Annual Patriot Woodworker Meet and Greet.

I hope it's a 14/12 BS.:P

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Really wish I could attend, but the distance for an old buck like me is just too much. I'm sure that those who make it will be in for a great time.

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On 4/23/2018 at 8:42 AM, Ron Altier said:

If we still lived in Ohio, I would have been less than 30 minutes away. As it is now, 1800 miles is a bit far. I'd sure like to be there, maybe some of you guys can travel up to Keim lumber and see their wood selection and be sure not to miss those fabulous Amish restaurants. 

I love keim Lumber.

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3 hours ago, It Was Al B said:

Really wish I could attend, but the distance for an old buck like me is just too much. I'm sure that those who make it will be in for a great time.

I wish it was so that could attend also Al. It would be great to have you there!

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Thanks Dave,

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