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  • Marcel in Longueuil
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    Oh man!

    The galleries alone are worth looking at the site.

    I just wish the pictures were bigger

    Unsatisfied,
    Marcel

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  • lucky788scroller
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    Dont let her fool you! She has a site with a great woodworking chatroom at www.wooders.com . Shes no computer dummy!!!!! Hi Beej!

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  • Marcel in Longueuil
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    Hi BJ,

    Welcome to the group.
    A recommendation from Evie, is a good one.

    As to using the forum, there's nothing to it, you obviously already know how to post and you can write.
    Ergo: You are officially qualified to participate

    I hope you are able to show us some of your work, and share your experience with us.

    Feel free to jump into our threads, we like varied opinions.

    Regards,
    Marcel

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  • BJHolm
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    Re:Welcome

    Thank you for the kind welcome. I will try to check in once in awhile.
    I'm new at using a 'forum' so it might take a little time to learn how it works.

    My reputation precedes me...uh oh LOL

    BJ Holm

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  • CanadianScroller
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    Welcome BJ your reputation precedes you.
    We are looking forward to your input.

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  • Charlie_1
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    Welcome to the group BJ

    Charlie,

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  • minowevie
    started a topic wellcome BJ

    wellcome BJ

    I just wont to welcome BJ. . hope you will stay around and shar your talent with us. You are at the top of my list of talented folks. and a great pattern maker too.we could all learn from you. your friend Evie.

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