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Old 08-26-2014, 03:20 PM   #1
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Default NWA Mid-Huudson Chapter 2014 Show

October 4th, 2014 is the date of the 8th annual Mid-Hudson Woodworker's Show. Once again it will be held at the Hurley Reformed Church Auditorium, 17 Main Street, Hurley, NY. Located 1 1/2 hours north of NYC and 1 hour south of Albany.
Woodworking entries are welcome, no need to be a member. No entry fees or judging.
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Hmm, that's only a hour or less from me I think. I'll have to think about that.

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Dang I lived in the Hudson Valley (Dutchess County) for 40 years and we never had shows like that when I lived there.
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Hey Jack, thanks for the heads up on the show. I'm almost finished with my entry for this year, here's hoping it will be something to be proud of.

I obviously missed the meeting on Thursday, which I fully intended to attend and would have heeded your advice about the Dutchess County Fair traffic snarl.

There are sooo many things going on in my life right now that I have no control over...but, when the people you love need help and you are capable of providing that help, that's where I must go. Hope to see you at the next meeting.

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Default Mid-Hudson 2014 Show

Saturday, October 4th, the Mid-Hudson Chapter of NWA had its annual woodworkers' show. Here are a few photos of the show. Note Rick "The Framer" entry of his stake truck and woody. Pretty good attendance for a chilly, rainy day in October.
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That is beautiful work. What was the wooden machine in the right side of one of the pictures?
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Hi Rolf,
I think that you are referring to the poortable sawmill photo. The machine on the right is the rear end of the lumber truck. The operator sits up there and works the claw. Also, wishing your club the best of luck with the upcoming show, a little too far for a day's ride from my home. As usual, hoping to see you in Saratoga in 2015.
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No it is the domestic woods display picture. It has a crank handle on top.
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Rolf,
That is the top of the jig that the guitar garu uses to bend the sides for guitars. It has electric heating elements in it. The rest of the jig can be seen in other photos.
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Jack, THANK YOU for mentioning my entry in the show, I was really happy with the way it turned out, and I even had time for the poly to dry on the drive up to Hurley. The turn out for the show was pretty impressive when you consider the crazy weather we had, great to see everyone at the show.

You somehow forgot to mention the great fret work pieces you presented and those scrolled boxes were as neat as could be.

We are in the middle of a major redo at the house and I am still busier than a one armed paper hanger in a wind storm, but I hope to see you at the next meeting, I really enjoyed spending some time with you and the other people from the club.

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