OK, here are the pics of what I picked up in Philly:
This is not my chainsaw. Just messing with ya! It's my brother's.
From left to right: Caliper set, cost me less than one tool at LV; Cup drive centre; cone cup centre for 60º live centre; Chuck set including spigot jaws and various other gimcracks; ½" bowl gouge; 14" chainsaw, unassembled; 60º live centre; wide jaws for chuck; one of two #4 planes I had purchased earlier in the year and had shipped to my brother; and an adapter to fit the chuck onto my Grizzly lathe.
The adapter and chuck on the working end of my lathe.
I couldn't leave out this gorgeous picture I took of my brother's lilies in the front of his house.
I assembled the chain saw and sawed some pieces of some lumber that I want to try turning. Man, that thing is FUN! I was a chain saw operator for the St. Lawrence Seaway one winter (1972-3). It was a bigger chainsaw then, but I'd forgotten the fun.