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    Yes I do Woodworking

    Just to prove that my shop is not only for looking, I thought I would show a couple of pics where it is completey messy. Attached are shots of the cedar street signs I have been making for the sub. Did I mention that I have the smell of cedar? I used to like it but after working on these posts I no longer want to be near the stuff.
    Jim

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    Hey Jim,
    You are turning them out, nice!. Everybody is talkin about the mess in your shop, they seem to like it. Either do more of it or save what mess you have...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Young View Post
    Just to prove that my shop is not only for looking, I thought I would show a couple of pics where it is completey messy. Attached are shots of the cedar street signs I have been making for the sub. Did I mention that I have the smell of cedar? I used to like it but after working on these posts I no longer want to be near the stuff.
    Looks good Jim. What do you use to do the lettering on the street signs? Freehand or a jig/device? Love to know your approach...Thanks

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    Weeelll dogggiesss.....I'm impressed you made a mess in your shop


    ....and, that you did some work.
    A very wise man once said.......
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    that ain`t no mess less than a shovel full of sawdust........jim still holds the surgical shop award in my book...
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    That's not filthy. It's just a nice supply cedar dust. I work with cedar a lot and I will never get tired of the wonderful smell of cedar. It's one of the best smells in the world -right up there with bread baking, with onions cooking, and with a salty ocean breeze.
    Cheers, Frank

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    come on jim, if the dust ain't ankle deep you're just playing around.

    please post some pics of these signs when they are done. unless you have and i missed it.

    chris

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