Web Site: the work in progress

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Just a note to day that the work in progress is progressing, albeit slowly.
More time to turn would be nice. I have meetings all day today.
http://aroundthewoods.com/bigwing04.html
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God bless and safe turning
Darrell Feltmate
Truro, NS, Canada
www.aroundthewoods.com



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Hi Darrell,

I just had to pop in here to tell you I still check your website out on
a fairly regular basis.  I recommend your site to anyone new to
turning.   You have one of the best, keep up the great work.

I'm sure you remember me, little old lady? gray hair? known to
"aggressive" turners! used to turn on the Craftsman monotube? still
faithful to The General.

Ruth



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And if you don't remember her, shame on you!  For pennance, go buy a
Carpe Lignum shirt or mug . . .  ;-)

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Hey DJ and don't you forget her beautiful stainless steel bottle
stoppers either you hear !!!

Have fun and take care
Leo Van Der Loo

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Hi there Ruth.

Glad to see you do still know where some of us hang out, miss your
postings up here, not enough active participants here lately, come and
do some jacking here more often.

Have fun and take care
Leo Van Der Loo

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Ruth
It is great to hear from you. I have not been very active on WOW for ages
because I have not turned anything worth the upload. I still have you linked
on my site but I do have to put you over on the links page. How are the
t-shirts going?
ps. I still like the monotube.
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God bless and safe turning
Darrell Feltmate
Truro, NS, Canada
www.aroundthewoods.com
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Now that I have a few sayings on the backs of the t-shirts, they are
selling pretty good.  I have John Jordan's "Life's too short to turn
crappy wood" and when I have a vendor booth next to him or we share
one, the shirts sell really good!

Darrell, that old monotube is one terrific lathe.  I think Craftsman
makes some very good machines and tools, or at least used to, I haven't
purchased anything in a long time.   If it's bolted to a sturdy table
with weight (I had 8 cinder blocks underneath on a shelf made from
2"x's rough cut).

Happy turning,
Ruth




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