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post #1 of 3 Old 01-28-2010, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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New from Baltimore Part II

I'll try this again cuz I screwed up the first time.

Well there I was on lunch at work, I was tired of reading the depressing news and politics so I Googled woodworking forums, and I popped up here. Go figure! A chance to make new woodworking friends.I live in the Baltimore MD metro area. I have always had a desire to to do some woodworking for most of my life. I really did not get real serious into it until about 15 years ago and really spend the bucks to expand until about 7 years ago. My interest in it are; I want to learn to do it all. My projects include lathe works to furniture to Two kitchens that I have built. I am more of a power tool woodworker. I am too impatiant to flatten anythng with a hand plane. I am an expert at making sawdust and scrap piles.

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Welcome, Bob. As you've probably already noticed if you've poked around here, this is a great place for woodworkers.


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Welcome Bob. You will fit in just perfectly!

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