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releventchair

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Mornin all.
Green is showing!
South wind is bringing a scent of spring. And of course the not too distant landfill when it shifts at all East.

Last evening the air was rushing to the West towards the disturbed weather. So much there wasn't the Southerly flow that was trying.

Rained a tease last night. In earnest briefly this morning. Roving storms and storm clouds kind of day it's looking like..
Beautiful!

Frosts a couple nights forecasted near weeks end.
 

releventchair

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Ohiogoldfever

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What do you fellow Tnet folks do (or did) for a living?

I am a wood worker / carpenter. My family has been wood working and furniture building for a few generations. Here are a few things I’ve built over the last few years. Most my clients own historical property’s that we build duplications for or rework the existing stuff. I occasionally sign a piece of casing before I put it on. You know super professional stuff like.

Sir Hairy Peter 1802
 

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Ohiogoldfever

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Oregon Viking

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What do you fellow Tnet folks do (or did) for a living?

I am a wood worker / carpenter. My family has been wood working and furniture building for a few generations. Here are a few things I’ve built over the last few years. Most my clients own historical property’s that we build duplications for or rework the existing stuff. I occasionally sign a piece of casing before I put it on. You know super professional stuff like.

Sir Hairy Peter 1802
Very nice!

I build them and enjoy the finish work a lot more now. Semi retired I'll call myself.

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Smaller work load lately.

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Ohiogoldfever

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