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    Gary Foster

    Hi Gary! Welcome
    “We all die. The goal isn't to live forever; the goal is to create something that will.” - Chuck Palahniuk

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    hi gary!
    [SIZE="1"] associated with several importers and manufacturers.[/SIZE]

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    Hi Gary welcome aboard.

    Ken

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    Welcome Gary

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    Welcome Garry!!!
    Last edited by Jason Beam; 03-01-2007 at 10:13 PM.
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    Howdy Gary!

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    Welcome to the fun zone Gary!!

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    Well Shucks....
    I think I am the Garry Foster you are all welcomeing to this group. If not I'll be like the guy on TV trying to talk to the girl who is really talking on the cell phone to someone else..

    But assuming its me you are welcoming I'd like to say thanks and I have already learned a lot from reading whats going on. I don't really get to do a lot of woodworking as I have too many hobbies and grandchildren are coming on fast. But when I get the chance I love to do a few things.

    The problem I have is organization or lack of it. And I need to get into keeping the dust down. That said I have made a couple of projects that turned out well and a lot of ones that didn't.

    Still working and that also cuts into my time.
    As to finding this site I stumbled onto it by Way of reading Stu's excelent page. I went to the two forum links he had and didn't see him posting so a google search ended up here.

    Tools

    Griz 6 in Jointer.
    Griz 13 in Bandsaw.
    Delta Table Saw (Contractors)
    An older Shopsmith
    Router
    Bosh Jig Saw
    Bosh Circular Saw.
    Junkie B&D miter saw.
    Delta 12 inch planner

    Clausing Metal Mill
    Jet 10x24 Metal lathe
    Griz Metall bandsaw.
    Smaill drill press.



    That's a glimpse of me and my vice isn't the TV it's the internet I fear...


    Thanks and looking forward to learning from all of you...
    Garry

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    Welcome Gary!

    A mix of wood and metalworking tools, VERY cool!

    Now how about a shop tour

    Cheers!
    The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
    William Arthur Ward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    Welcome Gary!

    A mix of wood and metalworking tools, VERY cool!

    Now how about a shop tour

    Cheers!
    Stuart

    A shop Tour?

    As I said my problem is lack of organization....

    A shop tour would look more like a tour of your Anex!

    Garry

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