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    slabs gone

    Well Carol stoped by on her way to NC, and picked up some MI slabs. She is a very nice lady and me and the wife enjoyed what little time she was here. So Vaughn your slab is now in her hands. Ofcorse she said after seeing them she might just keep them bouth. Now you never no Mike might want to keep them him self. Well here's a pic just to show ya she did get here.
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    Nice pic Stephen
    Don't see no slabs and not even sure that Carrol was even at your place.
    I think you might just be planing to keep them slabs all for you.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Carol always looks so grumpy anyone else notice that in any picture she is in??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Carol always looks so grumpy...
    Yeah, it looks like the poor woman never smiles or anything.

    Thanks for grabbing the hand-off, Carol. Have a great trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Carol always looks so grumpy anyone else notice that in any picture she is in??
    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Yeah, it looks like the poor woman never smiles or anything.

    Thanks for grabbing the hand-off, Carol. Have a great trip.
    Truly a crabbie-appleton. I bet she thinks seriously a few times about skipping delivery .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Nice pic Stephen
    Don't see no slabs and not even sure that Carrol was even at your place.
    I think you might just be planing to keep them slabs all for you.
    Chuck woun't of minded keeping them slabs. had to get my youngest son to help me load them as they are heavy. ofcorse if i had keep them Vaughn woun't of had any pen blanks or bottle stoppers. Chuck these are the slabs sitting in my shop. wish they still were.
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    thanks for the baby sitting of them steve,, did you ask her about the gouge sharpening? she is definatly a happy person to be around i think the new job suits her well..
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    thanks for the baby sitting of them steve,, did you ask her about the gouge sharpening? she is definatly a happy person to be around i think the new job suits her well..
    Yep i sure did and she was more than to happy to show me what i was doing wrong.

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    Hey Stephen, how come you cropped yourself out of the picture? Post the un-cropped one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Reed View Post
    Hey Stephen, how come you cropped yourself out of the picture? Post the un-cropped one!
    He's shy....
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