Roll Call

Don't know if there are a lot of us lurking with so many other things to
do during the summer or if the ng is becoming used up or less relevant
or if many like me get "burn out" from time to time. I drop by, but
don't take time to add (or subtract) to rcw. I appreciate those of you
that do post and assure you that I'm not saying that your posts are
irrelevant. (as if you cared!)
That brayed, I wonder if it would be worth the trouble for everyone
lurking to let us know if rcw is still healthy. Just check in with or
without comment. Hope to see a lot of old friends lurking about and know
that there are a lot of new ones to be made this fall when things pick
up. Good idea? Bad idea? Very bad idea? :)

Turn to Safety, Arch
Fortiter
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Arch
I can't say I come by often, but I look in now and then -- always love to hear what folks have been doing. I'm sure there are plenty of woodworking forums out there on the net, but this is the one I check, because I like the way y'all think.
I'm always "just about" to get back out into the shop...er, garage...and turn something. When I manage to do something interesting, I'll let you know. Charlie's site, in particular, is an inspiration. :)
=-=-> Jenn D.
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jdrum00
Got a crapload of wood rotting, or is that spalting? Mostly rotting. Black birch seems to hold up somewhat better than some other stuff in piles.
Just cut a crapload more, hope I can get it used or at least undercover before it rots. Trying to get power into the new (or "long in progress") shop. Two days ago brake line blew on truck (without drama), but assessment is that's tip of expensive repair iceberg on worthless old truck, so replacement vehicle shopping has me in front of computer.
No turning to speak of at present.
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Ecnerwal
Hi Arch ! I'm hear every day snooping around. Enjoying all the posts. I posted some and learned alot here. I'm not a great turner but I like to make chips. I have had a few segment bowls explode in the past but haven't had it happen lately,guess I've learned a little.
Jerry
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Jerry - OHIO
My news reader checks for messages several times a day every day. I post if I have something to say but that isn't often.
If I have a question that I want answering or something that I want feedback for I usually use one of the forums that I frequent that allows me to post images -
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.It's advantage for me is that it's generally UK based discussion so most products mentioned will be available to me locally. Duncan
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Duncan Hoyle
Completing my first door (solid cherry with book-matched panels), but have my next turning (eucalyptus burl) ready to go!
~Mark.
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Woody
Hi All,
I mostly lurk and post if I have a problem that I can't solve. I learn from all the "old" guys here. I've been turning for only 5 years now and still seem like a newbie most of the time. I do miss the binary group. I luv the pics. Everyone keep on posting!
Dan
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djcordes
in news:487-4A7AEA14-2153@storefull- 3253.bay.webtv.net:
Yup, I'm lurking here most days and also lurking on the "wreck" but the volume there is sometimes hard to keep up with. Lot's of wood and little turning time.
Jerry
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A Lurker
We are still here in the UK, just getting ready to go off to the AWGB Weekend Seminar tomorrow, oh, I mean today, better go get some beauty sleep then or they wont recognize me. Bassdiva Out of the Woods.
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bassdiva
Here! (you can't see it but my hand is raised)
I have been turning almost every day for the past few months. About to possibly loose my day job so I have been trying to sell my turnings this summer at art fairs around Michigan to make some extra cash. Bad idea because everybody else in Michigan is loosing their job too.
I check in pretty much every day.
Ted J. thelatentlog.com
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Ted

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