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Old 06-26-2009, 02:49 AM   #1
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Hi All, I wish you greetings from sunny Arkansas USAand wish every one well.
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Hi John.I hope you're staying by the a.c. on these sunny days we're having.I've been on here about six months,and it's a great site!

Where bouts are you at? I live just outside of Hot Springs on highway 5 (old Little Rock highway).Have a great day, Jerry
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Hey Scrollpup, I'm in the N.E. corner of Arkansas( Paragould) and am not doing too much in my shop right now (107f. real temp) can't hardley wait for the heat to die down I guess i'm going to buy some more insulation for the building. Have a good day and keep your hat on. John
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My wifes mom and Dad live in Jonesboro and her Grandmother lives in Paragould.Your right,way too hot to be out in this stuff.Have a good day.

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OH, poor babies ! It's 107 here almost every day. HA You just don't pick up nickels off the sidewalk. INSULATE HA ! Perk
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Hey bubgoofy, At one time I lived in the middle of the Saudi Arabian desert and LIKED IT lol but there was no humidity. I used to re heat my coffee by puting my cup in the shade soooooo there. llooll John
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Perk, you forgot to say "Welcome" to John! (LOL).

John, have you been doing wood working very long?
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Hi Scrollpup, Yeah I have been wood working a littlewhile,I finished my apprenticeship in Calif. Carpenters, then worked at a boat building factory,then became a cop and built custom pistol grips, finally retired and did a little intarsia and sold a few pieces at Hardy Ar. crafts fair. I work part-time and still do a little wood work cheers John
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Hi again John! This is turning into a "personals page" LOL!!!

Intarsia-- thats still beyond me.I can cut holes in wood pretty descent or drive a nail through framing lumber, but thats about it.I've been scrolling for about six months now, and am trying to pass my wealth of knowledge ( I wish ) onto my family and the kids' friends.It's great fun for me to see them as excited as I am on making stuff. Intarsia is in my future plans after I get better at fretwork.

If you can post any pics of your works, everyone would love to see them (hint hint) .

Glad your posting on here, Jerry
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