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    Going to Make Some Sawdust again.

    Well, after almost two years of not being able to do any WW'ing I've spent about three days cleaning my garage/shop so I can make some sawdust.

    I will now finish two flag cases that I started over 2 years ago. One is for my brother and the other will be for my flag when that day comes.

    I think I'll then begin the process of making several drawers for my two work benches. Never done drawers before, but I think I can do it.

    I'll give updates as I go along with some pictures too.

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    glad to hear you are revving up the tools again.
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    Good to see you're making sawdust again, Karl.
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    Attaboy Karl! Enjoy your time in the shop. Make sure to post some pics of the flag cases, I've got a few I need to make as well.
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    Glad you are back at it Karl

    I'd be interested in seeing your flag cases. I'm in the process of making one for my father in laws flag.
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    Go for it Karl good to see you back at it.
    cheers

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    Well, here's what the shop looks like cleaned up and mostly workable.
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    Here's a couple of pics of the flag cases I'm hoping to finish up in the next week or so.
    First is cherry harvested from my property. I think I'll keep this one for my flag.
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    Here's the second one that I'll send to my brother for his flag. It's Paduak IIRC. Sorry it's a little dark.
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    I'll post a couple more pics after I finish these two cases.

    P.S. OOPS. That first pic in the second set of the flag cases is cherry also. Didn't look at it closely before I posted.
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    with all those tools laying on their sides, it's going to be awkward don't you think...

    Glad to see you're getting back into the shop... I would hate it if I couldn't go out to mine everyday... as I tell most people at the markets I do.... "it's what keeps me out of the bars and off the highway"...

    Good luck and happy woodworking.
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