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will8989
will8989
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 12:07 PM
Joined: 03-30-2004
Location: Glen Burnie, MD
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  • will8989
    replied to Hurricane
    Brian who did a lot of the work in the kitchen has a loss from the rain. Seems the sump pump in the house he is renovating for my nephew threw the circuit and there was 7” inches water in the basement. They just moved new cabinets and other stuff to the basement for the drywall was to be installed....
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  • will8989
    replied to Hurricane
    Happy to hear that. I guess you got the storms that passed through here during the night. Hope you didn’t have any problems.
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  • will8989
    replied to Florence Aftermath
    Happy you and your family is safe. I can’t imagine having to leave my home knowing it may not be there when I get back. We had some strong storms last night, lost power for an or two and that’s all....
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  • will8989
    replied to My version of a jig
    Bruce has made me tubes on his lathe and all I had to do was slice them off. Then they needed sanding. For me, this Is much easier and faster. I can get a bag of wheels from ACMoore for less than $1 with my coupons. Took me 5 minutes to drill 25 wheels. Glued them on last night. Wings today, dipping...
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  • will8989
    started a topic My version of a jig

    My version of a jig

    Needing some halos for my angels, I remember a while back some one, don’t remember who, made a jig to drill out the center of wooden wheels to make halos. Not wanting to interrupt Bruce working on the door for the kitchen, I decided to make my own. What do you think of my jig? Works great except when...
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  • will8989
    replied to Spiral Blades
    Are you using a spiral blade? Try switching to a reverse #5 or #7 blade for puzzles. I don’t use spiral blades so I’m not sure how they would do on puzzles. Don’t forget pictures of your work. We like pictures. And welcome!!...
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  • will8989
    replied to Hurricane
    Hope everyone has made it through ok. Rolf, what about your stepson? Scott? We are supposed to get some rain today and possibly tomorrow. Depends on what forecast you look at.
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  • will8989
    replied to Getting there
    We have a fully functional kitchen!! Brian hooked up sink yesterday and I ran the dishwasher last night. I would say music to my ears, but it is so quiet you can’t hear it!!! Window frame done. Now I need to make those curtains. Door frame up, only need to paint door and install. Bruce is taking...
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  • will8989
    replied to Getting there
    Normal time for me RJ. I’m up and runnng by 8.
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  • I know there are some that will also do just one activity instead of a whole year. Rented premises is probably what Tony is looking for. I just looked up ACT insurance and the one difference between that and mine is mine covers actual selling price of items for replacement and theirs only covers materials...
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    Last edited by will8989; 09-14-2018, 12:35 AM.

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  • will8989
    replied to Getting there
    Cook? I’m supposed to cook?
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  • will8989
    replied to Getting there
    Still work to do but will let you know!!!...
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  • will8989
    started a topic Getting there

    Getting there

    countertop installed✅, microwave installed✅, dishwasher installed✅, plumbing hooked up, not until Saturday have to let the counters set up, getting high from epoxy fumes ✅✅. Looks beautiful. I told Bruce he had a brilliant designer. They only needed one shim to install the countertop, everything...
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  • will8989
    replied to Covered Wagon
    The dimensions with the 3/4” wood are outstanding. I don’t that you would have achieved that effect with thinner wood. What is the cutting for?
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  • will8989
    replied to Hurricane
    Looks like it shifted but that area is still in direct hit with possibly stalling. Wherever it goes it will be awful. I thought of June this morning when the weather guy tried to say Southern North Carolina and got all messed up. Continued prayers for everyone in the path.
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    Last edited by will8989; 09-12-2018, 01:48 PM.

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  • Erie. Mine is $400 a year for exactly what you have. The fire coverage is under liability. I am thinking the college is requiring extra fire coverage. My agent said she has some vendors who show there and no one has requested the extra coverage as of yesterday. My policy also covers everything I take...
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  • A lot of places here are requiring insurance or you have to buy into their policy. I’ve had my insurance for about 15 years. Well worth it to me.
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  • will8989
    replied to Covered Wagon
    Amazing pattern and amazing cutting. I love poplar and the many different colors it has....
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  • will8989
    replied to Hurricane
    Prayers for everyone in the path of this storm. Rolf, I saw Greenville was also on the direct landfall list. Hopefully, it will not linger as they are predicting. Even though we are on the outer fringes of the storm, the storm surge is the problem. I really don't know how much more rain and runoff...
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  • will8989
    replied to Hurricane
    I heard the “train roaring”when Isabel ripped through here quite a few years ago. She took down one tree that clipped the corner of our house, another fell on a neighbors shed and we removed two others later that were too close for comfort. We get hit by a lot of Nor’easters that do as much or...
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