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    Hi to all and you too bill,
    Well I finaly got here. From what I have seen tonight looks like I might stay for a while. I have been a wood worker all my life,but just started scrolling and intarisa in September of last year. If you would like to see some of my work my site is, www.c-b-woodpeckershop.com It has a littel of every thing I do in it. I want to thank Bill Y. for the invite to come see this site.
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    C-B-Woodpecker Shop
    Charlie & Betsy :P

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    Re: New to form Scroller & Intarisa

    Hi Charlie in Garfield.
    Glad you made it . You double posted but so did I at the start.
    So what are you making these days.
    W.Y.

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      Re: New to form Scroller & Intarisa

      Welcome Charlie and Betsy,

      Hope to see more pictures besides the guy who is taking it easy.     Just kidding.  

      Mike M  

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      • #4
        Re: New to form Scroller & Intarisa

        Well Bill & Mik,
        Just finished a humming bird and Night Flight 100 pcs. It is 3 gees flying across the moon,no pix yet but soon,the gees are in a frame that is 27' across and 8 sided.
        I have put the saw up just for a while to put in a new bath room but will get back to it.
        Best wishes
        Charlie & Betsy :P

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