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Hello from Missouri

I have been on several different forum sites in the past but from what I hear and see this one has got to be rated 5 star.

I have been in the woodworking field in one way or another for around 50 years, however, that's not to say that I ever knew what I was doing, I did however, have one of my home remodel projects covered in a Better H/G mag back in the mid 70's.

You know, to think of it, I must have known SOMETHING because my LOML, Macky, and I managed to raise 10 kids who collectively account thus far to 18+ grand and great grandchildren. Yep were proud, retired and wore out.

My main interest now is in antique furniture and trim reproductions. My latest project was in a Lake of The Ozarks property where I built a unique wine cellar/pub like room with wine racks to hold over 600 bottles.

I am looking forward to learning new tips/tricks from y'all and maybe being able to add a little input myself.

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Welcome. 10 kids, wow, that may be a forum record .
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Hi: Doc Ferguson from colddddd Wisconsin: I really hit the jack pot for wood working sites by having some time to search blogs. I had a health issue that slowed me down and I have my laptop in the living room now. I discovered the Wood Whisper, and then many other other sites such as this one. Hey the video's are really great and the sites are supported by buying tools that they advertise and I do buy those products. I have been in this hobby for years and still pick up some great tips that I was unaware of.
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Welcome you have a big family, should keep you on your toe's.
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I have been on several different forum sites in the past but from what I hear and see this one has got to be rated 5 star.

I have been in the woodworking field in one way or another for around 50 years, however, that's not to say that I ever knew what I was doing, I did however, have one of my home remodel projects covered in a Better H/G mag back in the mid 70's.

You know, to think of it, I must have known SOMETHING because my LOML, Macky, and I managed to raise 10 kids who collectively account thus far to 18+ grand and great grandchildren. Yep were proud, retired and wore out.

My main interest now is in antique furniture and trim reproductions. My latest project was in a Lake of The Ozarks property where I built a unique wine cellar/pub like room with wine racks to hold over 600 bottles.

I am looking forward to learning new tips/tricks from y'all and maybe being able to add a little input myself.
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Good to hear from fellow WWrs. Daren my neighbour just west of me has a pretty good band-saw saw mill and just about 3 mi east there is a friend that operates a kiln, then about 12 mi south I have a friend that operates a comm. saw mil gives me no special favors but he does bark the logs and mills them to my rough sawn specs., sends the lumber down south aways, 45 miles, kiln dries, and I pickup when ready this is almost all White Oak with high % 1/4 sawn. When he gets around to billing me its .50 1/2 cents per board ft. We DO GO OUT TO EAT OFTEN!! jessccs
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Welcome guys!

Did you say tool sale?
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