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post #1 of 10 Old 11-11-2010, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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hello from TN

howdy all. Just found this place from a google search. Hope ya don't mind that i singed up.
Been married all my live to my high school sweet heart.(33 years) Had 3 sons Solomon deceased, Seth, Skyler.Sher is the mother and my wife.
Been a carpenter and wood worker 30 plus years. Got into woodturning a little over 3 years ago and can't get enough.
Looking foward to getting to know ya and maybe contributing where i can.
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post #2 of 10 Old 11-11-2010, 09:30 PM
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Hey Steve, drag up a chair and stay a while. Where is Bethel Springs?

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post #3 of 10 Old 11-12-2010, 05:39 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Steve, drag up a chair and stay a while. Where is Bethel Springs?
Jim, Bethel is down here in the hollar. We are in McNairy co. half way between memphis and Nashville. Just south of Jackson. About the only thing we're noted for is the movie Walking Tall.
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Hi Steve
I moved here from Jackson about 5 years ago. Welcome. Lots of good info here. Some of these folks are really amazing
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Welcome from the Midwest. Look forward to seeing your work.

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Welcome Steve from Somerville, been through your area a few times.
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Jim, Bethel is down here in the hollar. We are in McNairy co. half way between memphis and Nashville. Just south of Jackson. About the only thing we're noted for is the movie Walking Tall.
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Hey Steve, I have several good friends who live in McNairy Co. One lives in Stantonville and the other lives just across the street from Wal-Mart in Selmer. I was born up the road from there in Middleton.

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Welcome Steve! I have been down that way years back visiting a few sawmills.
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Hey Steve, I have several good friends who live in McNairy Co. One lives in Stantonville and the other lives just across the street from Wal-Mart in Selmer. I was born up the road from there in Middleton.
Jim i have our only grand dauther(child) that lives in stantonville. She is at the house at this very min. Asking me to do all kinds of crazy things.
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Jim i have our only grand dauther(child) that lives in stantonville. She is at the house at this very min. Asking me to do all kinds of crazy things.
It is a small world buddy. I know how them grand youngens are.

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