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    Where would two Canucks from Family Woodworking decide to meet?

    Ok this was a family meet up and courier service from Michigan. Where do you think it took place?


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    Saw the two rams in the trailer but the old goat was missing.

    Thanks for the meet Peter and Debbie and Larry thanks for being the shipping depot.

    Ryan got the second book you recommended boy what a time i am going to have digesting the chemistry....Linda said good luck with that book.
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    you should have taken that bandsaw he is hauling for somone
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    He dont have it on board yet, he is going there next to stop and pick it up, that's in Peterborough then he is on to Napanee.
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    You have a great looking shop Rob, we need to see more of it...
    Congrats on the meet up!
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    Lee Valley? Nah, I'd have guessed "Tim Horton's!"
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    Re: Where would two Canucks from Family Woodworking decide to meet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    You have a great looking shop Rob, we need to see more of it...
    Congrats on the meet up!
    Yeah Ken pity i dont have the keys to the shop cupboards. lol


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    Re: Where would two Canucks from Family Woodworking decide to meet?

    Jim I brought the Tims to Lv.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Ok this was a family meet up and courier service from Michigan. Where do you think it took place?


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    Saw the two rams in the trailer but the old goat was missing.

    Thanks for the meet Peter and Debbie and Larry thanks for being the shipping depot.

    Ryan got the second book you recommended boy what a time i am going to have digesting the chemistry....Linda said good luck with that book.
    Thanks for the coffee Rob Randi's early morning pot was long gone, so I was down a quart!
    I kept waiting for one of the LV staff to say "can I help you guys?". Then I figured they saw the Tims' cups and figured it was just some folks in their comfort zone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Ok this was a family meet up and courier service from Michigan. Where do you think it took place?

    Ryan got the second book you recommended boy what a time i am going to have digesting the chemistry....Linda said good luck with that book.
    Looks like a great place to meet up alright. I haven't managed to make it to one of the stores yet but have seen there road shows, still pretty amazing.

    I kinda read through most of those books once over to get the gist of it and then come back when I'm trying to do something or something ain't working out and sometimes when I'm lucky I can vaguely recall there was something there and go back to look it up. Usually make a little more sense then

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