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    Excellent woodworking website/resource

    I just stumbled onto this site. It has an incredible on-line library:

    http://www.evenfallstudios.com/woodw...s_library.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken werner View Post
    I just stumbled onto this site. It has an incredible on-line library:

    http://www.evenfallstudios.com/woodw...s_library.html
    It IS good. Thanks
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    Nice site. Thanks for sharing.

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    Oh no... there goes the evening... looks like a super interesting site, right up my alley. Thanks.
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    Just gave it a quick look and bookmarked it. Looks really interesting with lots of information.

    Thanks for posting the link.
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    Some really nice stuff on mission furniture from the day when it was popular. VERY basic designs, but I would think very true to the original designs.

    Like everyone else, book marked it in http://del.icio.us/barteelamar Where I keep all of my book marks. If you look it is VERY crazy. You can see what my interests are.... But I find it effective for finding stuff I need to look at again...

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    Excellent, and thanks for sharing it Ken.
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    Good find Ken.
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    glue, screws, and sharp saw blades.

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