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hello everyone!

i live in south jersey outside of Philadelphia. I've recently gotten back into wood working and bought a few different saws for various home projects. i forgot how much i loved the smell of cut wood and am happy to get back into it. i have a number of projects lined up and can't wait to start them. i hope to give the community as much as i take out.
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Welcome aboard. Glad to have you join us. What kind of projects you contemplating?
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Let me see if I do this right. thanks everyone!

i just finished installing engineered hardwood in my dining room (the first floor project I've done but now that my wife knows, I'll be doing additional rooms). I'm also re-doing all of the trim and molding in my house, starting with my dining room and bathroom, which i recently updated. I'm also thinking about building a toy chest for my son but this is way down the road.
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Let me see if I do this right. thanks everyone!

i just finished installing engineered hardwood in my dining room (the first floor project I've done but now that my wife knows, I'll be doing additional rooms). I'm also re-doing all of the trim and molding in my house, starting with my dining room and bathroom, which i recently updated. I'm also thinking about building a toy chest for my son but this is way down the road.
Welcome!
Are you making the trim and molding?
A box (toy chest) is a good first major project.
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Welcome from Texas !!!

Welcome to the forum.

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