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post #1 of 8 Old 10-19-2008, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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greetings form oswego/LI

hey guys! this is really my thirds post here, but iw anted to introduce myself anyway.

name is Ross, i live on long island but i go to school at SUNY oswego. taking a woodworking class right now and absolutely loving it. my grandfather is biiiiiiiig into woodworking, him and i built a humidor, and tv stand for my 61" TV back home, along with a few other things. he is constantly doing work on chairs, tables, this, that, anything and everything he can do to keep himself busy :) i guess i kind of inherited his love for woodworking, along with my uncles love for cars.

anyway im looking forward to seeing some cool stuff on here, and learning as much as i can!
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hey guys! this is really my thirds post here, but iw anted to introduce myself anyway.

name is Ross, i live on long island but i go to school at SUNY oswego. taking a woodworking class right now and absolutely loving it. my grandfather is biiiiiiiig into woodworking, him and i built a humidor, and tv stand for my 61" TV back home, along with a few other things. he is constantly doing work on chairs, tables, this, that, anything and everything he can do to keep himself busy :) i guess i kind of inherited his love for woodworking, along with my uncles love for cars.

anyway im looking forward to seeing some cool stuff on here, and learning as much as i can!

Welcome to the forum. I know you are to love it here with all the sawdust makers here. While I know were Long Island is I doent have a clue were SUNY oswego is. Please do tell.

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oswego is about an hour north of syracuse, right on lake ontario. 6 hour drive from LI
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oswego is about an hour north of syracuse, right on lake ontario. 6 hour drive from LI

Oh ok, I was trying to figure out what state had the abbreviation of LI Then I figured it out. Long Island WEll welcome to the best woodworking web site on the net.

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Welcome Saleen,
It's good to see the youngsters wanting to learn about something that can provide a lifetime of enjoyment.
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its fun stuff!

plus i may have to teach it in the near future, so i may as well enjoy it!
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