I picked up all my Grizzly machinery in Missouri and got to walk around the showroom while I was there. It is huge! Tons of different machines and even quite a few hand tools. If you're ever close definitely worth stopping in.ryan50hrl said:Lol....I meant Missouri....apparently for some reason I was thinking Kentucky tonight.
I am planning on going early Sat too. I will shoot you a PM with my cell phone number and we can definitely meet up!thinking about it for early saturday. thanks for the heads up. BTW, how's your TS coming along, adam? if you're heading there saturday am, might be fun to meet up.
Cool did you pick anything up? In you opinion what did that have good deals on?I just went to the one in St. Louis. Lots of cool demonstrations and Peachtree and other venders had a butt-load of stuff for sale. Some great deals, some less so, but it's always a good time. What cracks me up is that thin sheets of plastic are laid down on the floor at the St. Louis show's convention center. I keep wondering if someone said, "oh crap, the woodworkers are coming. Better lay down the plastic. You know they're just going to pee on the floor"
Sweet! I am looking forward to it tomorrow!!nblasa said:I took some saw blades and planer blades to get sharpened so that I wouldn't have to pay for shipping there. I picked up a feather board, router bits, fence clamps, blade cleaner etc. good deals on wood and books too. Learned a couple new tips watching demonstrations. It was cool. My second year going