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    Well I am off to the fair for 4 days of scrolling demonstrations.
    I look forward to this every year. We don't sell anything but we sure stir a lot of interest.

    Who knows maybe we can get some more members.
    This will be the first year that we are showing the ACES video from SAW.
    It will be nice to not talk the whole time

    So no Internet for a few days, That should give Evie a head start
    Last year over 50,000 people visited the fair, not all came to our booth, maybe this year

    I will be camping at the fairgrounds for the 4 days I figure when I stop smelling the cows in the air it will be time to go home.

    See you all next week.
    "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

  • #2
    good luck with the fair and have a great time

    "Everything Happens for a Reason"
    Craftsman 18in. 21609


    • #3

      Good luck at the fair and have fun. Maybe you'll think up another small 3D puzzle like the Farm in the Milk carton or the whale . If you do let us know.

      See ya,


      My saw is a DeWalt788 Measure twice; cut once; count fingers after cut


      • #4
        So no Internet for a few days, That should give Evie a head start
        Last year over 50,000 people visited the fair, not all came to our booth, maybe this year

        Ouch Carl. now just what are you emplying ok so i am jabber jaws. i guess i will hold back for a couple days. just so i don't get ahead of you
        HO HO. like you belive that. Im all sad now. I will miss you. your friend Evie
        good luck and have lots of fun.


        • #5
          And just what is wrong with the smell of cows ????? I was real live hay pitching rancher in the 80's and I was taught that is the smell of money --it may not be so sweet but it is the smells meaning ..Sharon


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