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Old 02-14-2019, 08:38 PM   #1
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Valentines Day

Happy Valentines Day Motor Heads!
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:03 PM   #2
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Keep the roses, I just received that nice little beast (gift from myself lol)




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Old 02-14-2019, 09:17 PM   #3
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Keep the roses, I just received that nice little beast (gift from myself lol)




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That’s a nice hand saw. I need one like that ,no really I do. I was thinking about one just the other day. Mine is a crappy off the shelf.
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:23 PM   #4
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Thatís a nice hand saw. I need one like that ,no really I do. I was thinking about one just the other day. Mine is a crappy off the shelf.
Nothing better than a pre WWII era tool, at least at that time tools were really built not just manufactured.
Did I said I am a tool addict? Lol

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Old 02-14-2019, 09:51 PM   #5
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I can relate Lou! Looks like some other fine vintage tools in the background as well.
Hopefully you have a wife as sweet as mine. 20 years ago I bought her a cabinet saw.....she lets me use it as much as I like!
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I can relate Lou! Looks like some other fine vintage tools in the background as well.
Hopefully you have a wife as sweet as mine. 20 years ago I bought her a cabinet saw.....she lets me use it as much as I like!
She is just waiting for me to use all these tools to build her the home furniture and boat interior woodwork she dreams about... But like I told her hey I need to sharpen these tools and I cannot do everything at the same time
Believe me she is very very patient with me lol

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Perla and I had Valentine's lunch at the Celadon restaurant in downtown Napa (yumm).

https://www.celadonnapa.com/

Restaurant adjacent to the Napa River; observed the river high, running at five knots with flotsam due to heavy rain.
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I can relate Lou! Looks like some other fine vintage tools in the background as well.
Hopefully you have a wife as sweet as mine. 20 years ago I bought her a cabinet saw.....she lets me use it as much as I like!
And I'm happy to say that I have seen several of the finished products Eric has done on his wife's saw.

"Quality work" is an understatement.
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Thank you Mike. Let me know if I can ever assist you with any wood that needs attention on Beachcomber - you know where to find me.
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