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    Hi guys,

    Well, we went to the woodworking show in Victoria on Sunday. Since I am mainly interested in the scrollsawing bit of wood, that is mainly where I stuck. I saw some pretty darned impressive pieces there that made me very envious. Spoke to some of the members of the Mid Island Woodworking Club ( I think that was the name of it) and listened to one of the seminars on scrolling, picking up a couple of good hints.
    As for my new DeWalt....when I switched my blades originally to Flying Dutchman, I was amazed at the difference in cutting. I find the same thing now that I am using the DeWalt for scrolling.....WOW like a hot knife through butter. Have to get used to the way she cuts though

    Sarah
    What's that old saying?? A bad day scrolling is still better than the best day working??

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    Good to hear you had a great time Sarah. I am looking forward to Friday.
    I have to do a three hour stint in the BC Wooden Toymakers Booth, but that is a small price to pay.

    Best thing is...it is Payday
    I may even be able to afford a hotdog!
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
    "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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