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post #1 of 5 Old 07-01-2012, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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Hello to all the fine people who work

with wood and other materials for a hobby and/or professionally. Myself, I've started out in Jr.High school back in the late '50s, and the first thing I made was a gun rack for my shotgun. My grandfather built our home and I just kind of learned mostly from him.
I built new kitchen cabinets for LOML a couple of years ago, and she is one happy lady with them! Working with wood is strickly a hobby for me and I love it when a plan comes together.
I'm a retired electrician/electronics tech and worked in the construction trade all my life. (Is there any other type of work other than construction?? lol)
I only know one of your regular guys here, Mike. He's a professional and shows in his work. He's a Floridian also and has tons of usefull knowledge when asked for his thoughts.
Anyway, I don't want to bore the heck out of you all by talking 'bout my self too much.
BTW, appreciate that you guys/gals have this site for sharing info, plans, and all around help for us newbies.
Roger; sharing my home with the gators, snakes, (and the Florida bird, the mosquitoes.)
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Just bought these today.









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Cabinetman, let us know if those

things work. LOML was looking at an ad for those repellant yesterday. Just came in from policing the front yard, about 6:30PM and the blood suckers were bombarding me to death. Do you know if that repellant works against the infamous yellow fly (aka dear fly)?
And thanks for the warm welcome sir, much appreciated.
(As an after thought, do you know whatever happened to Uncle Cracker?)
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Welcome to the forum, we are looking forward to seeing some of your projects.

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things work. LOML was looking at an ad for those repellant yesterday. Just came in from policing the front yard, about 6:30PM and the blood suckers were bombarding me to death. Do you know if that repellant works against the infamous yellow fly (aka dear fly)?
I'm going to find out tomorrow. I've been using the battery operated high pitched sound type repellers. I think half of the mosquitoes here are deaf.

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(As an after thought, do you know whatever happened to Uncle Cracker?)
You can't PM here until you have 25 posts. So...go to the other place, and I'll PM you my email address.





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