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PostPosted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:01 pm 
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... what are you doing this weekend?

I'm working on electric and plaster in the kitchen trying to get all the changes done before the hardwood guys come in to refinish the floors.

It's a little bass-ackwards but we'll be putting in the new cabinets after the floors are done due to lack of time to finish the cabinets before the floor guys take over.


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Putting the finish on on the floor mat so many of you helped with.


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Clipper wrote:
Putting the finish on on the floor mat so many of you helped with.


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Duan


Beating back the jungle and planting early veggies.

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Going fishing. :D My other tool is a rod and reel. :razz:
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Going to Manhattan on Sunday for Daughter-in-laws B' Day then on to Topeka to donate some money to the tribe via the Black Jack tables. :D
We will stay in Topeka on Monday as a anneversery gift to Goodoldwhatshername and myself. :shock:
She has been married for 41 years, I'm not sure how long it has been for me, I can't rember when I wasn't married. :confused:
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I have a LOT of tiger maple boards to flatten and thickness to build a hope chest for my niece's 16th birthday... Wow, she turns 16 on the 20th! :shock:

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Easter is a long way away, sure you want to plant veggies this early.
Would freeze for sure here.

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Lots of finishing work to do...yuk!


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opening up the shop after the deep freeze... so, cleaning, sorting, a bit of this and that.

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Clipper wrote:
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Easter is a long way away, sure you want to plant veggies this early.
Would freeze for sure here.

Duan


Just onions, greens, Alaska peas, and other early spring types for now. We're zone 4 in the guide from MSU - http://msucares.com/pubs/publications/p1091.pdf

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Moving cattle this am and then going out to lunch with friends this afternoon while the kids stay home with Grandparents up for the weekend. Not a bit of woodwork, but lots of fun nonetheless!

Have a great weekend people!

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i plan to finish getting my dc system up and running and making a plywood storage rack


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Have to work tomorrow then Sunday and Monday getting stuff together for a trip to Ireland Tuesday. I did make a couple things yesterday may post them a little later.

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Hey baby brother, you forgot to mention you were having a BIRTHDAY tomorrow! HappyBirthday!

I am desperately hoping to work on face frames for kitchen cabinets tomorrow.

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SHOP TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes, I finally get an almost free weekend to get in some SHOP TIME. I have about a dozen errands to run for SWMBO, and then I'm firing up the shop and, God willing, will finally finish the stationary boxes to go with the pen, pencil, letter opener, magnafying glasses I turned for my Mother and FIL. After that, a couple of days in the finish room and their Christmas presents will finally be done.


Man, times have changed. I used to get excited about Trigger Time back when I worked Ranges. Those were the days. :wink:

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Gene wrote:
Clipper wrote:
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Easter is a long way away, sure you want to plant veggies this early.
Would freeze for sure here.

Duan


Just onions, greens, Alaska peas, and other early spring types for now. We're zone 4 in the guide from MSU - http://msucares.com/pubs/publications/p1091.pdf


I have broccoli rabe that I planted from last fall. Seems like it survived the 3 blizzards quite well. I used to plant my spinach and beets up here in PA every march first with good results. No room to plant this year though, my small garden is full of rabe.

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well, I monitored the bouncy castle tonight for my kids' school carnival and tomorrow we are going to a friend's house for a BBQ. Sunday I plan to spend some time cutting more veneer for the entertainment center

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No saw dust this weekend. Having a much needed family get together for Linda.

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I have to re-wire for a 220 feed line for my new Table saw location in the shop.

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Going to dinner today at 2 with 3 other neighbor couples.

Still working on the 2 end tables. Got 2 draws in one yesterday, putting the 2 draws in the other one today or tomorrow.

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