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post #1 of 4 Old 07-06-2010, 06:49 PM Thread Starter
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I'm the most recent new guy as of July 6, 2010. I live in Idaho and grew up in Wyoming. I'm pushing 40 and have a little bit of experience with wood working, not much but some. Married with four daughters, so I think I'm probably entitled to a shop to go and hide in from time to time.

I spent a few of my younger years working in home construction and so I'm familiar with power tools, their use, and the dangers therein. I think I enjoy helping my Dad build stuff more than anything (rather than building it on my own) but there are some projects I'd like to give a whirl on my own and I am about to have a shop completed where I can put my antiquated equipment and begin using it.

I look forward to seeing all the projects everyone builds here as well as asking questions to you seasoned veterans.


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post #2 of 4 Old 07-07-2010, 12:47 AM
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Welcome Aboard

We will be looking forward to seeing some of your stuff also.

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Originally Posted by sdkidaho View Post
. . . I am about to have a shop completed where I can put my antiquated equipment and begin using it.
Congrats on getting your shop. Some antiquated equipment is better than what you can get today. Welcome.
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