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post #1 of 25 Old 09-26-2009, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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Im new!!! Say hi to me...

hey everyone!
i'm jason. i love wood! i'm from long island, N.Y. but am currently residing in southern W.V. (HELLOOOO CULTURE SHOCK HAHA).
not alot of hockey here but at least i get to watch more pens games (big fan).
worked in a cabinet/woodworking shop for a while. i really like the finishing of wood. still learning but know alot haha.

i'm sure i will run into all of you here and there and cant wait to make some new friends...see you all in the posts!!!


haha love the facial hair hahahahahahaha maybe i'll stop shaving...hmmmm...

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welcome jason!


I've been through beckley many times on 77 going from Cincinnati to North Carolina. What in the world took you from NY to there?
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Hi Jason,

Welcome! I'm from Long Island, too, but I haven't moved yet. I just love paying really high taxes! Maybe after the kids have left the nest I'll get some sense and live within my means!

I'm guessing the '516' is your old area code?

Welcome to the site. The guys here know a lot and are willing to share their experience. You sound like you'll fit right in. I pretty much just read the conversations because I don't have much useful info to add. I don't have much experience or much time to indulge in woodworking as a hobby, either. Job, wife, kids, house, etc. keep me pretty busy. Seems there's always something to fix.

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Hi Jason, welcome aboard. Iam from Michigan been woodworker since Highschool taught 4-H woodworking for 10 yrs. Love smell of wood and working with it. good luck
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Hi Jason,
Did you check out Tamarack yet? Lots of wood items displayed there.

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Welcome to the forum.

Trying to find a flue liner for my wood shop.
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THANKS EVERYONE!!!
the truck is right outside. just got back from long island at 5 this morning...all my stuff and tools are in west virginia...sigh...haha.

NKYDarrell---just needed a change of pace...and everything is way cheaper too haha. 4 br. 3 bath. built in 70's by master carpenter (who owns the house). 2 car garage. super clean...$1000 a month!!!......I KNOW, RIGHT!!! oh and i am right off 77 at the harper rd. exit. TAMARACK!!!

jcal---where on L.I. are you? i was in massapequa but recently was living with friends in greenlawn. (FiveOneSix) is the name of my company and yes was always my area code...yay nassau haha.

chevyll---what is 4-H? yea i love the smell as well haha but oddly i love the smell of paints, stains, lacquers, poly,...

TS3660---yea i was at the tamarack here 2 months ago...that place is absurd!!! some of the nicest pieces of wood-made items i have ever seen. there was a tiger maple desk that i noticed when i walked in and wow!!! branch style carved legs. i wanted to stuff it under my shirt and try to smuggle it out of there haha.

thanks for the greeting guys and im sure i'll see you out there soon...ohhhhh i gots me lots of q's to ask muahahahaha!!!

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I like the wooden train sets at TAMARACK. They are unbelievable.

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THANKS EVERYONE!!!
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chevyll---what is 4-H? yea i love the smell as well haha but oddly i love the smell of paints, stains, lacquers, poly,...

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http://4-h.org/4hstory.html
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hey everyone!
i'm jason. i love wood! i'm from long island, N.Y. but am currently residing in southern W.V. (HELLOOOO CULTURE SHOCK HAHA).
not alot of hockey here but at least i get to watch more pens games (big fan).
worked in a cabinet/woodworking shop for a while. i really like the finishing of wood. still learning but know alot haha.

i'm sure i will run into all of you here and there and cant wait to make some new friends...see you all in the posts!!!


haha love the facial hair hahahahahahaha maybe i'll stop shaving...hmmmm...
Howdy from Texas.
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chevyll---what is 4-H? yea i love the smell as well haha but oddly i love the smell of paints, stains, lacquers, poly,...
Don't sweat it. FFA would draw a blank in NY, too. I think it has something to do with effects of the rest of the reply above.
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yeai have heard of 4-H but didnt know much about it.

that train set at the ''rack'' IS cool!!!

FFA?

i have been to texas a bunch. always liked san antonio and dallas...and edinburg haha

* sorry guys, have had a ton on the plate but i'm back in the shop now (i call it a shop but stil lneed a ton! haha). see you all soon!!!

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Hi Jason and welcome aboard.
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gday mate

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Welcome from SE Houston area

Formerly 212 area code. Still have sister in 516

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Hey Jason,
I am new as well and I love wood. Such a better material then anything else I have worked with,I have many years experience in construction and remodeling as well as custom furniture. Culture I quess means that you were in the city becausethere are plenty of places north and west new york that are comparable to WV. Take care and see you around.
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thanks all!

i lived on long island (bout 20 min from N.Y.C.) but worked in brooklyn at a cabinet/custom woodworking shop but all our installs and deliveries were in manhattan so i was there almost everyday...plus went to a ton of rock shows in the city...played there with my band a bunch too.
i miss it.
i don't hate it here it's just way different and there's not much to do (if your a city boy and not the outdoorsy type lol [love being outside but not much of a fisher or hiker, i'll stick with woodworking to calm me and ice hockey to keep my legs strong haha]) and everything closes early. not to mention, anything you need thats not super popular (i.e. ice hockey here), you have to order everything on-line.
oh well...i'll be in southern california soon enough.

hey tony...where in 516?

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Fiveonesix

She and her hubby are now reetired in Setauket. They used to have an Italian Restaurant in Smithtown for a long time - "Villagios".

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