On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 09:22:08 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave
Last year, I too bought a pair "T" track from TWS, but I
skipped the pair of Oldham's Signature Premier TS saw that
they were displaying at the show. Are they still selling
that pair of saws this year?
Wuss! <g> I was there Sat, and it was nice because there were NO
crowds. Kinda sad, though when I walked by a booth and the guy asked
if he could practice his spiel on me. Then I felt rude moving on,
since there was no one else at the booth, and not many more on the
The chairs were not my style, and your criticism may well be valid,
but the marquetry was beautiful on them as well, continuing what I
interpreted as a bamboo and leaf theme from the table. Did you notice
how the "pictures" on adjacent chairs were mirror images?
I liked the pair of triangular tables with the carving at each corner
that made the leg flow seamlessly to the top. Very fluid looking.
I missed last year, but it seemed much smaller than two years ago when
it was out in Gwinnett.
No, you are right. I had to go down to Virginia Highlands to get my HH
fix this morning.
BTW, they closed the show early on Sat (4:00) which was a sensible
thing to do, since those of us with too little sense to stay home
might have stayed later, until the roads started refreezing.
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