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    Good use for old Magizines..

    Here is a pile of Magazines on it's way to Jon's students. I hope they enjoy them as much as I have over the years...



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    Awesome way to clear the clutter a bit and help others out.
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    Dang! Wish I had known...could have brought a bunch to the gathering. Good idea Garry. You can fit a bunch in a flat rate box. Dunno if book rate is cheaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Dang! Wish I had known...could have brought a bunch to the gathering. Good idea Garry. You can fit a bunch in a flat rate box. Dunno if book rate is cheaper?
    Ted Bookrate was much cheaper 21 pounds for 12.xx where about 10 pounds would have fit in a 12.65 bookrate box... Actually its now called media rate by my smallish postoffice..

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    OH! I thought you meant the other kind of magazine.
    Cheers,
    Roger


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    I have been passing my magazines on to a young man who has a good start into wood working. He is the man that Glenn gave his old bench to. They are a really nice family.

    You reach a much larger audience the way you are doing it. That was really great thinking.

    Enjoy,
    JimB
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    Garry, the students will thoroughly enjoy this gift of magazines. Thank you so very much! We never know what will inspire a person to reach beyond what they perceive to be their limit.
    Jon

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