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  • Pop
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    Originally posted by Trout
    over on the fishing site someone posted wanting to know what was up for this weekend, I post that I was staying in and making some wooden handcuffs...
    and that was the first thing that was mentioned, making handcuffs for Mrs.Trout for Valentines?

    Trout
    I got the 'raised eyebrow' look when I was drawing them up. Then a mumble about some splinters and she walked away...? Plans must work Ok looks pretty good so far.

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  • Trout
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    that's funny...

    Originally posted by Minnesota scroller
    I wonder how my wife would like those handcuffs for Valentine's Day. I could always glue some fur around the edges.
    over on the fishing site someone posted wanting to know what was up for this weekend, I post that I was staying in and making some wooden handcuffs...
    and that was the first thing that was mentioned, making handcuffs for Mrs.Trout for Valentines?

    Trout

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  • Minnesota scroller
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    Today is such a downer. First, I watch walleye and bass fishing on TV and then I go to this thread and see the photo of Trout in his boat. Not only that, but the boat is in the water, not on ice. I still have to wait 3 months.

    I wonder how my wife would like those handcuffs for Valentine's Day. I could always glue some fur around the edges.

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  • Trout
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    what a fun project...

    as soon as the clear coat dries I can post up on the bragging section and give a full reveiw on the project....

    hey Barry, for an extra $11.95 we can get a two pole stamp which is only good for lakes and ponds....
    we pay $37.30 for a fishing license, $11.95 for the 2 pole stamp and $5.80 for a bay-delta enhancement stamp....

    Trout

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  • PuzzledMoose
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    Very neat piece of work so far Trout. Can't wait to see them finished.

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  • bearfretworks
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    Nice job on the cuff Trout!

    And a sweet looking boat. How many lines can you each fish down there?

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  • Trout
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    here's the first one...

    and it works too....


    Trout

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  • Trout
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    Hooray...It's Friday

    and the forcast for this weekend is rain.....
    scroll sawing and watching the rain fall, I can't think of a better way to spend a weekend....

    Scratch and Dent sale

    I recieved an email this morning from Fox about their scratch and dent sale and there is a book for Police & Rescue Patterns for $3.99.....

    It should be here in 7 to 10 day's....

    Trout
    Last edited by Trout; 02-09-2007, 08:25 PM.

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  • Pop
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    I was trying to think of a way to display them for you but until the badge appeared on the post couldn't come up with anything easy. I though of a set of jail cell doors with a clock in one croner or something like it but dismissed it because it was too involved. I think the badge will be a great idea... boy will all his buddies be jealous. I suggest you take in some extra stock because the orders will probably be coming in. I'm working on making the plans available to all through BobD. Have fun this weekend... and congrats on the bowl winnings. All I did was watch, eat, drink some ice tea, watch, eat, drink tea, watch, eat, drink, run to the bathroom, fall asleep......

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  • uk scroller
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    boat

    Nice looking boat Trout ,
    ------Frank---------

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  • Trout
    started a topic Handcuffs

    Handcuffs

    that's all I've been thinking about..
    and to think that I haven't touched my saw in weeks...
    It figures, Pop's sends me the pattern to the handcuffs and then I got stuck doing a job at work that requires me to work 3 hours of overtime a day for the rest of the week...luckily it's an easy job...so I've had some time to think about my game plan. after I get the handcuffs made I think I'll hang them on a plaque shaped like a badge with our sons name and badge number..
    or I could build a case for them...

    I need to get cutting.....

    BTW, we had a great time up at the lake this last weekend and to top it off I won $100 on the supper bowl...
    which I'm going to spend most of it on wood..

    the cuffs will be done Sunday!

    Trout

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