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...back in the saddle again.  Been a long time but happy to be back on!

hi my name is John and it’s been 2 months since I last - opps sorry wrong forum. Seriously though my name is John and I live in the U.K. on the border between England and Wales. I am retired and on the cusp of achieving my life time dream of a workshop of my own not in the family garage. I am also an artist and work in all mediums and methods. As you will see from the start of this I am by nature and nurture a joker. I think if you can’t smile through a hobby problem then you shouldn’t have the hobby in the first place. Those words I will live to regret. I am sure you are all aware of SODS law - which states that anything that can go wrong will go wrong at the worst possible time and in the worst possible way? We ll I work on my own law which says SOD was over optimistic. LOL 

Good morning all!

My name is Kevin, and I live in Bourne, MA. Just a DIY woodworker in my spare time and only recently purchased a new home that I'm able to setup a workshop in my garage/walk-out basement. Always enjoyed using my Kreg Jig in the past and have recently upgraded as part of my buildout.

chuck heck greenville, pa.

Hi, my name is Jon and I am from Newcastle Maine. Been doing woodwork in one form or another since high school in the '70's. Mostly I have been doing lathe work with bowls. platters and pens. Time to move on to some other challenges as I need some new bookcases and display cabinets where the Kreg jigs will sure come in handy. I am sure I will be visiting here often looking for tips and tricks to complete my next projects.

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