Good to know we are not lost - merely having trouble getting from there to here.
At time of original posting, nobody was home and all seemed to be elsewhere.
It was a first for me to not see any posting for so long.
P D Q
This is one of the few news groups where the volume of messages does not
go down much over weekends or holidays. The count this morning is 113.
Makes me chuckle - before I retired it was considered unethical to use a
computer at work for personal purposes. Judging from the drop off in
postings in most other news groups that is no longer the case :-).
Intelligence is an experiment that failed - G. B. Shaw
Looking on your web site, I saw the model 350 Porter Cable saw.
I have one that is a replacement too. My first one was stolen. What is
distressing about it is the first one was a Rockwell that was my Father's.
I've had a difficult time keeping his Bluegrass hammers too.
Yes. The only one I have left is an 11 ounce hammer. SWMBO keeps trying to
take it. :-)
I have a Bluegrass chisel that's a pretty good chisel. It came off e-bay. I
also have 16 ounce Bluegrass hammer from e-bay.
While in high school, I worked after school and on Saturdays (Closed
Sundays) at a hardware store.
Had a Belnap salesman who called on the store.
Didn't buy a lot from him except ever so often, they would offer a
sale flyer with seasonal items and the owner would buy the package.
Back then 200 miles made a difference and there were competitors 50
miles away in Cleveland who got the lion's share of the business.
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