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Old 02-10-2013, 06:02 PM   #1
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Just introducing myself, I'm a teacher looking toward retirement. Just built a wonderful 450 sq. ft. work shop, complete with dust collection and "almost" all the tools and machines I'll need. We're getting ready to remodel the master bathroom and hope to make the new cabinets in my shop. I'm looking forward to searching this DIY site for all kinds of ideas and will load in some of my own.

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Welcome to the forums! Notice we have a "Project showcase" you might find interesting...

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Hi LSU, Welcome to the Forum
It is a good idea to include your location in your profile.
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