I got a loan from the credit union to buy a primo digital SLR camera and found
out as I got ready to order that it (the camera deal) might be a scam. The
alternate sources for this particular camera were about 80% more, so now even
with the loan I didn't want to spend that much. The money was burning a hole in
my pocket. No more.
Instead of camera equipment, I visited the local Woodcraft store. Naturally,
they were delighted to separate me from all that cash. Yesterday, I bought a
Delton tenoning jig and the higher priced Delta mortising machine along with a
nice set of Forstner bits. Today, I went back and bought a Master Lift
mechanism for my router table and a new PC 7518 router to go in it. I also
picked up a 20 piece set of Woodcraft 1/2" router bits to go with it.
I spent the rest of the morning setting things up.
Too bad I spent all my money... can't afford wood any more. But it sure looks
pretty. Life is good.
Oh yeah... I almost forgot. I ordered one of those Mosquito Magnet thingies to
take back my back yard from the squadrons of bloodthirsty night wings that lurk
out there in the summer. Not this year. Like I said, life is good.
Mortimer Schnerd, RN
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