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Old 05-30-2012, 10:24 PM   #886
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That is one neat old shaving horse, it sure looks like it has been well used also. I didn't see a foot adze in the picture though.

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Old 05-31-2012, 06:16 AM   #887
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That is one neat old shaving horse, it sure looks like it has been well used also. I didn't see a foot adze in the picture though.
Now thats funny.

Dunno Jim, I guess its either on the other side of the pic, or someone knocked the sign down and just plopped it back anywhere.
So even if I had of read the sign first, the matching tool would still have been a guess
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Now thats funny.

Dunno Jim, I guess its either on the other side of the pic, or someone knocked the sign down and just plopped it back anywhere.
So even if I had of read the sign first, the matching tool would still have been a guess
I keep forgetting that everybody wasn't around when fire was invented like me.
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I just love the old tools---It is surprising how fast you can get a job done using them---

Hand cut dove tails for drawers ---I find it faster to make those by hand ,if you only have a few to make--the router jigs take a long time to set up correctly---
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I just love the old tools---It is surprising how fast you can get a job done using them---

Hand cut dove tails for drawers ---I find it faster to make those by hand ,if you only have a few to make--the router jigs take a long time to set up correctly---
I agree, I hate the set up to do dove tails. Talking about old tools reminded me of years back when I ran base and shoe with a circular saw. It sounds like that would be some really rough cuts but they weren't and it is very fast to run base and shoe like that. I started off on a hand miter saw before there was electric miter saws, you made sure you got the cut right the first time, the ole arm was wore out after 8-10 hours using one of them things.
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When I built this house 24 years back--I used the table saw to cut all the trim--It was in the livingroom at the time---very convenient---
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Sooo Barb, what did you make for dinner ?
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Tonights random question is : what is your chinese zodiac sign
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I'm an ox
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Taken out of context--I'm an OX sounds kind of funny!
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K how about a diva ox.

HEY!! I have my reasons for wanting to cycle this thread to the top of page. A little diversion maybe
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How do you find out what Chinese sign is yours?
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Its based on the year and month you were born. Then you have to find a chart. Give me the info. I will find it for you if you like
Or I can post one
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