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  • Christmas Scroll Saw

    I noticed that nobody has posted to this board yet.
    I figure this is the right place to say I might get around to using my scroll saw this Christmas vacation.

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    I'm retired and don't hardly have time to use mine xxx how do you expect to run a business and find time to scroll AND carve???

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      Eddy,.I've heard that retirement can be difficult. :-/
      But it can't be much worse than working full-time seven days a week, trying to carve, running a mail-order business, a sharpening service, and doing carving shows in three states.

      When I get done working for someone else in six years, I plan to open a guest ranch for woodcarvers. Then I will find out what real work is.

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