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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2010 6:55 pm 
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The new contest rules have been post in Contest Central.

This contest will be for turners and square (or somewhat square) woodworkers.

Come on down and check it out.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:49 pm 
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We now have ONLY 2 weeks left for this contest. I'm kind of surprised that we only have 2 contestants. For a something that would typically be made on a lathe, we have 2 contestants that don't have lathes.

So, how about a couple of woodturners get in this contest to make it more challenging for Roger & Verna?

Just shoot me a PM and I will send you the extra secret e-mail address to send pics of your entry.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 7:08 pm 
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Chance,

I'd love to join in but my shop has been flooded since March.

I spent 2 full days last weekend throwing out "stuff" (read CRUD) that had been stored down there.

No machinery damaged but the floor has a flowing 1/2" of water on it.
The 3 sump pumps are keeping up with the water but I can't make any shavings because the sump pumps don't like to pump them
DAMHIKT!

I was making progress on drying out until we got 4" of rain two weeks ago and another 4" of rain last Friday with Huricane/TS Earl.

Hopefully I can get back to turning soon.

Good luck with the challenge everyone.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 12:45 pm 
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nailed_nailer wrote:
Chance,

I'd love to join in but my shop has been flooded since March.

I spent 2 full days last weekend throwing out "stuff" (read CRUD) that had been stored down there.

No machinery damaged but the floor has a flowing 1/2" of water on it.
The 3 sump pumps are keeping up with the water but I can't make any shavings because the sump pumps don't like to pump them
DAMHIKT!

I was making progress on drying out until we got 4" of rain two weeks ago and another 4" of rain last Friday with Huricane/TS Earl.

Hopefully I can get back to turning soon.

Good luck with the challenge everyone.

---Nailer---


Hey, Mike, take your time with the drying out--BTDT. You can turn later.

Stay safe

Verna


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