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    Uh, it's Friday

    So where is the "it's Friday"?

    Anyways, what is planned? Myself, home work and a little shop time. Doc finally got me up to 5 lbs weight limit. I really don't think he has faith in his own work sometimes.
    If you don't take pride in your work, life get's pretty boring.

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    I need to regroup and plan out my next 8 weeks of home improvement projects. Big push to get the house ready for possible sale this spring. I also am refurbishing a mitre box, starting with cleaning (de-rusting) and polishing up the sawplate this weekend. Probably going to send it out for sharpening, but been having an internal debate to tackle it myself. Need to get a magnifier visor if I am going to do it. These eyeball just can't handle work that small anymore!
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    Going to annual lunch meeting for my muzzle loading club tomorrow.
    That should take all day.
    Sunday a.m. church, rest of day probably vegatate. Might do some 'honey do's' now that my left arm is usable, not strong but usable.
    I stared hard at the project on my lathe, might even attempt to work on that if shop isn't too cold.
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    Headed for Cabin Fever tomorrow....

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    Only missed one year since it started.. Pretty fair excuse as I had 103 fever myself that year.


    Garry

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    More work on the fireplace - I'm hopelessly behind schedule. The new kitchen cabinets will be here at the end of the month. Doubt I'll be ready!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennie Heuer View Post
    More work on the fireplace - I'm hopelessly behind schedule. The new kitchen cabinets will be here at the end of the month. Doubt I'll be ready!
    Time for a family visit, THAT will get your mojo in gear OH BRENT!!!!!!

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    Taking advantage of the expected temps in the '70s and '80s to do some stuff around the yard. Also need to shovel out the shop a bit. I've been turning green mesquite all week, and the shavings are getting a bit deep in there right now. I also hope to make a ramp to make it easier to load dogs into my SUV. My big boy is starting to have trouble jumping up into the back of the car.
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    Suppose to get up in to the 30's this weekend and just got two boxes from WW hardware, so need to get some cabinet doors built and a few pull-outs done. Also ordered one of these today, so need to get some wiring ran for lights and new brackets put on the garage door tracks. I'll be using it to put steel panels on my ceiling in a few weeks.
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Time for a family visit, THAT will get your mojo in gear OH BRENT!!!!!!
    Brent might supply the motivation. We'll see what his schedule looks like.
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    Local woodturner's meeting with my dad tomorrow afternoon...then cheering on the Packers tomorrow night! Go Pack Go!

    Sunday I hope to get some shop time, but not counting on it...quite a honey do list right now....
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