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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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        Charlie & Betsy   :P

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    Reply to Bruce, the one on probation
    by will8989
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    Reply to Shrink wrap systems
    by Sandy Oaks
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    Reply to Bruce, the one on probation
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    Reply to Shrink wrap systems
    by NC Scroller
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