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    Don Taylor is offline Former Member (by the member's request)
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    Just because I could...

    Well the last two cabinets are hung!
    I walked round and round and round my table saw island for ten minutes just because I could do it without hollering great obscenities!


    The radial arm saw on my lift table is the first effort of my reconditioning/modifying the base cabinets for the cutoff station.









    The band saw will end up further out from the wall, it's just stuffed in there right now.

    Now to just trim them up a bit and stuff them full.

    This old man is tired.

    DT

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    He Don, you could live in that place of yours, a stereo set, laptop, TV, only I miss the coffeepot, a big need for me.
    What kind of music you like? I'm listening the whole day to the local radio station, much better than what the NOS (Dutch radio station) have to offer.
    But what I have to say about your cabinets, TOPCLASS.

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    It's looking better all the time, Don. I think you're the only guy I know with a DC port for his TV. (Must be for when you're watching Norm videos.)
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    Very nice Don

    And...don't listen to them...they are just jealous because of those "green boxes" under the Stereo...................me too....

    Regards
    niki

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    Don, you have built yourself a very nice sanctuary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ad de Crom View Post
    He Don, you could live in that place of yours, a stereo set, laptop, TV, only I miss the coffeepot, a big need for me.
    What kind of music you like? I'm listening the whole day to the local radio station, much better than what the NOS (Dutch radio station) have to offer.
    But what I have to say about your cabinets, TOPCLASS.
    I drink instant Folgers Coffee Ad! :

    I couldn't do without my coffee either.
    It's back there next to the sugar...

    See my coffee warmer on the work table?

    My cup being on that piece of cardboard means it is empty and I'm closing up for the night.

    I like folk music but I also listen to a lot of different types of easy listening music.
    I have my laptop hooked up to that stereo and I play music from my collection off my backup drive in the house.
    The network picks up really good out in the shop.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    It's looking better all the time, Don. I think you're the only guy I know with a DC port for his TV. (Must be for when you're watching Norm videos.)
    The one I like is above the laptop Vaughn, you should see my download speeds!

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    I'm with you Don. I seem to get a twisted sort of thrill when I'm able to walk across the shop for something, not trip on the way and actually find that what I went after is where it belongs. Oh joy of joys.
    Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
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    Don -

    Do you accept visitors? Looks like you have a woodworker's tourist attraction with your shop. I will be in G'ville the week after Christmas and might be able to visit if you allow. I will warn you though, I drool a lot when visiting places like yours.

    George
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Summers View Post
    Don -

    Do you accept visitors? Looks like you have a woodworker's tourist attraction with your shop. I will be in G'ville the week after Christmas and might be able to visit if you allow. I will warn you though, I drool a lot when visiting places like yours.

    George
    Welcome any time George!

    I am a day sleeper. Never have been able to sleep at night.
    After three in the afternoon would be best for me.

    Give me a call before you come and I will set off a bomb to wake me up earlier if need be. (bad ears)

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