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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:13 am 
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I know, it's early but i wanted to have one chance to ask it!

Friday - Headed out to Guthrie, OK to meet a High School buddy I have not seen for ~25 years. He and his family are up from TX at the Lazy E Arena for a BMX National race.

Saturday - Start the day with my Hot Yoga Class then I will be at our Astronomy Club's Amateur Telescope Making Special Interest Group to pick a project for the year.

Sunday - Church and then??


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:15 am 
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Hey Rick,

Probably just cleaning up the shop, because I'm still waiting for a shipment to arrive. Grrrrrrr :mad:

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Gonna work on a pair of boxes for the stationary sets I made for my Mom and FIL.

Clean house and some shop cleanup as well. This will be the first weekend I've had at home in the shop since before the holidays. :D

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Working on another cannon. What else is there? :lol:
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Saturday either some work on my rocking chair project, or start the kitchen island for my mom.
Sunday putting new flooring in for my mother in law, I got everything ready last weekend so hoping to get it done this weekend.

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Woodworking show tomorrow with Chance and Aden.

Bathroom redo Saturday and Sunday....WOOOO HOOOOO!!!! Verna's getting a new tub and toilet :D :D :D

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Verna, could you pick me up some quarter sheet hook and loop 150 grit sandpaper? I couldn't find any last week. I'll air up the tires on the Lear (all three are flat) and fly out and pick it up. Thanks, Girl!

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Driving to So California for a wedding on Saturday. OMG I'm not lookin forward to that....
Putin pontoons on the truck !


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Have to go tomorrow to pick up my new acquisition. Pics to come ASAP.
Will try to have them on Sunday.
This will my last purchase for quite a while.

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For the first time in a long time I'm going to be back in the shop. I'm putting the final details on the design drawings for a craftsman style dining table and chairs. It's a long-term project though because there's no flooring in the dining room (or the entire house for that matter) right now. Kitchen floor (porcelain tile) is going in later this month. Once that's in, I will finish the trim out for the cabinets I installed.


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Well I will be adding much needed doors to my cabinets in my shop and putting together some wall cabinets....doors as well.

Hanging things with french cleets.... hense my Zero clearence question.

Good luck all.

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We're gonna drive up to Charlotte on Saturday to go to my granddaughter's 1st birthday party !!!!

No woodworking this weekend....

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I'm starting the 4 piece bedroom set today. I was going to get the plywood today, but it's raining, so I'll work on the face frames. I'll post "in progress" pictures as I go along.

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Rick,

That sounds like a cool ATM project. My neighbor and I will head out to Albion College to remove a horrible piece of junk equatorial mount in one of their observatories and installing an older Celestron Compustar mount for a C14 telescope. We will install their C14 on it, hook it to a computer control system and do a polar alignment if the weather co-operates. It should make for a fun day. I don't expect this to be a perfect solution for them but it will be usable for their students.

Sorry for all the Jargon above - probably no woodworking for me.

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I'm gonna attempt to turn some bowls. I took an impromptu class at my local Woodcraft to weeks ago on bowl turning. Pretty fun. Now I just need to glue some wood to make a few blanks. Of course, this wet/cold weather doesn't make the garage, ahem, I mean shop, that much fun.

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Gearing up for the second and last leg of my CompTIA exam getting certified for Computer Systems (repair) Technician (A+). So I am going to be very boring to the other people who live in this house this weekend.

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Larry Norton wrote:
I'm starting the 4 piece bedroom set today. I was going to get the plywood today, but it's raining, so I'll work on the face frames. I'll post "in progress" pictures as I go along.


Front, back, and 2 sides = 4 pieces!

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Having ex-assistant and great friend Beth down for saturday dinner. Always fun to see her.
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I replaced the old rotten boards in the cattle ramp, not exciting but better then a 1200 lb animal coming quickly to ground!


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Larry Norton wrote:
Verna, could you pick me up some quarter sheet hook and loop 150 grit sandpaper? I couldn't find any last week. I'll air up the tires on the Lear (all three are flat) and fly out and pick it up. Thanks, Girl!


Larry, I have 3 cases of the 150 grit sandpaper. Can you PM me your address so I can ship it to you, please? Oh yeah, I'll PM you the cost as soon as I get the price to ship these refrigerator-sized boxes. Just glad I found them for you.

I also found this one, but I'll keep him around :wink:

http://www.woodworking.org/InfoExchange ... 842#253842

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