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  • Where is Captain_Bandaid?

    I haven't seen any of his posts for awhile and I was wondering if he was OK.
    Visit Easton, Md's Waterfowl Festival November 8th 9th and 10th.

  • #2
    Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

    I'm only guessing, but being as how it's cooled off here in Texas, I'll bet he's getting close to his forge.

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    • #3
      Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

      Maybe he's away becoming 'Major Bandaid'
      I Cut It Six Times And It's Still Too Short!!!

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      • #4
        Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

        Yeah, well, we should make people tell us when they're going off on an adventure somewhere - we wouldn't have to wonder and worry...and we could live vicariously through them, as well !!!

        Oh, Capt. Bandaid!!!! Where are you???? :-/

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        • #5
          Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

          Don't pay the ransom! I've escaped! Having a lot of trouble logging in under my own name. I log in and I am still a guest! Perhaps the webmistress banished me because I don't post as often I used to. Yes I am spending a lot of time on the forge (see new pics on the website: http://geocities.com/captainbandaids ) but I am also finishing up a deep relief carving. I will post it when it is done. Thank you all for your concern about me. I am alive, well, carving, forging and still trying to log onto this site as myself!

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          • #6
            Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

            Good to see you again Capt. And good to see your site. I sure wish we could sit down together and I could describe the tiny gouges I so desperately need .
            Your clocks are GORGEOUS....but I lust after the gouges/chisels most.

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            • #7
              Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

              <raising hand> me too, me too!!!!! I really need some tiny chisels and have had NO luck in finding any small enough yet.

              And, um....next time, apply for a pass, Capt. We can't take the stress

              Teri

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              • #8
                Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

                : I have logged it 3 times and I'm still a guest? :'(

                Tiny Gouges: Let me make two suggestions about getting some tiny tools. First, check out the Dockyard sets. They are a bit pricey but they are good tools and VERY tiny. If you only one or two GOOD tools, visit Cape Forge (http://capeforge.com). They make excellent tools and do custom work. I have 3 of their carving knives, and the mini-set of travelling tools and they all deliver the goods. I have actually added several new chisels to the mini-set by forging them myself....but don tell Mike DePunte at Cape Forge that I am 'Forging Forgings' !

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                • #9
                  Re: Where is Captain_Bandaid?

                  : Since I cannot log on, I cannot edit my own postings and had to make a new one.

                  CAPE FORGE : http://www.capeforge.com

                  WEBMISTRESS! CAN WE GET THIS FIXED?

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