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    On july 9, 2005 there will be a scroll saw picnic in Branson , MO. It will be 100% inside.
    Hope to see you there.
    Mike M
    SD Mike

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    Hey, Mike that sounds interesting. I would like to attend. How would I get info on the event?

    Also, being a new sawer I was wondering: when I get real good and want to do a large fretwork project like a large clock what would one do with these projects after you finish them? They are so large after a while one could run out of room real quick. Just a question, I’m a long way from that and I will need a better saw.

    I noticed that you have a Hegner in you picture on your website. You must like it, would you recommend it to a newbie like me for my next saw?

    Thanks,
    -Bill

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

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    • #3
      For more information on the Branson scroll event, I'm sure that there will be some in the next SSW magazine. If I hear more from the Jennings, I will post it.
      About big clocks. I made the Dome clock and every one liked it. However we did not have room and none of our kids wanted it. I sold it for $ 300.00 to a lady with a big house. That was not enough but at least I got my wood paid for. The big Grand father clock is standing in a corner of the dinning room and we just love it.
      My best selling clock was the Worthington Hall clock and the Cottage clock.
      I never been sorry that I bought the Hegner saw. It is solid made and I like the 3 legged steel stand. It has the least front to back movement of other saws, except the Eclipse. I would love to have one like that some day.
      Mike M
      SD Mike

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      • #4
        Thanks, Mike, I'll be looking for some info on the event. Hope to see you there.
        -Bill

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

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        • #5
          "I never been sorry that I bought the Hegner saw. It is solid made and I like the 3 legged steel stand. It has the least front to back movement of other saws, except the Eclipse. I would love to have one like that some day."


          Hey Mike, why don't you get that Eclipse sometime this winter and donate your Hegner to some charity, (me since I am a charity case)? LOL

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          • #6
            Yes, you bet Silver Sliver. Living in FL and leaving us in the cold -2F
            Mike M
            SD Mike

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            • #7
              Branson 2005

              Originally posted by 3_M
              On july 9, 2005 there will be a scroll saw picnic in Branson , MO. It will be 100% inside.
              Hope to see you there.
              Mike M
              Mike I thought that I read somewhere that the 2005 Was going to be in Lebanon.TN. It was in Branson last yr. I went to the last one in in Lebanon and had a great time .I'd love to go to Branson ,but it is a little far for me to travel and have to get a room.
              Chet

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                Branson 2005

                Originally posted by 3_M
                On july 9, 2005 there will be a scroll saw picnic in Branson , MO. It will be 100% inside.
                Hope to see you there.
                Mike M
                Mike I thought that I read somewhere that the 2005 Was going to be in Lebanon.TN. It was in Branson last yr. I went to the last one in Lebanon and had a great time .I'd love to go to Branson ,but it is a little far for me to travel and have to get a room.
                Chet

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