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    Wouldn't you really rather have a ...



    '06


    5 pass CX. with enough room for some lumber... but there is a hitch in the crossover's future for a small utility trailer. This is the family vehicle, not my lumber hauler.

    However, since NPDH... here I am... after a busy day and evening in Lodge... our annual meeting was tonight and I just got elected as Master for the ensuing year.
    -Ned

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    Wouldn't you really rather have a ...

    That was a really old commercial, Ned.

    Aloha, Tony
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    Congrats on both the car and the election.
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    Thanks Vaughn!


    Last edited by Ned Bulken; 05-20-2009 at 12:09 PM.
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    Congrats Ned. Did you turn that there gavel?
    Jon

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    Jonathan,
    Thanks! as for the gavel, no. The handle is turned, but the head is flatwork. The current gavel is Mahagony, and the face of it has severely deteriorated over the years to the point where it is looking pretty mushed in and chewed up. I'm thinking that a nice maple ought to hold up for awhile. I'll turn the new handle and cut the head out on the TS using some jigs.
    -Ned

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    Congratulations WM. The hat looks good.
    I understand the "flatwork" gavel head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Congratulations WM. The hat looks good.
    I understand the "flatwork" gavel head.
    I thought you might be familiar with that working tool.
    -Ned

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