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Hey guys been away for awhile. Got a new job teaching 7th grade science and social studies and have been really busy trying to get lesson plans and grading papers. Hopefully if the groundhog was right and spring does come a little early I will be able to get back out in the garage and make some sawdust. Have a couple projects that need to be finished and some that I want to start.

However with that being said I did get a major find on yahoo group free cycle last week. I got a biesemeyer fence I think it is a 42" fence but haven't measured it yet. I only have a little cheap robins table saw I got on Craig's list for about $50 but I figured I couldn't pass up a free biesemeyer fence and I am looking to upgrade my table saw this spring so now I have a great fence to go with it.
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Also one of the projects I am working on is a life size nativity set for my wife for Christmas. I have 75% cut out just have to do a little more cutting and then sand it all and paint it. That should keep me busy this summer.
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Outstanding! Be sure to post pics. I've been wanting to do a set for our yard for a while.
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It's a huge project! I didn't think it would take as long as it has. I will get pictures up soon of what I have gotten done so far. I was hoping to have it finished before Christmas but didn't leave anywhere close to enough time to finish it. The project uses 10 sheets of 1/2" ply.
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Wow. That is alot. But there are quite a few figures, huh?
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The pattern I have has: Mary, Joseph, Jesus, 3 wise men, 3 Shepards, an angel, a star, stable, cow, donkey, camel, 2 sheep, and a drummer boy. The stable is 2 sheets of ply and it fits together to stand on its own.
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