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  • valentine=boy. girl .

    Hello Members sure glad this site is here .Now if I can just figure out how to see site and saw at samw time than i may get something more done.

    Not really a newbie eith the saw I have been scrooling since 91.However since I got a medical retirement in 98 the saw and I have become close buddies. I have done everything from shelves to quilt racks to toys for Kids,that I give away at xmas to one of the shelters here,or santa cops so they can hand them out.

    The saw I have now is just a year old it is the P-20 delta. wore out the other one it was little one speed 16 inch delta but it lasyed till last year so guess it was time.

    Little but me. I am 64 years old male with copd and double lung reduction surgery in 96. Went back to work till 98 but than doc say that or count the root system under a lawn. I decided to count the flakes of sawdust instead.

    So you other newbies get in the water and take off for a long swim of nothing but fun scrolling.
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    welcome green frog. Nice cutting, though I couldn't enlarge it as usual.

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    • #3
      Welcome. You'll enjoy it here.

      In the future, try and post your pictures closer to 640 X 480 so we can enlarge them for better viewing. I see this one is only 100 X 75. As far as I can tell at this size, it's a cute one.

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