not only have I purchased the Knapp combi,the robland
planer/thicknesser,double DC with filters,the Multico PM20 and shed
loads of tooling.I ordered the Milwaukee sharp-fire , Fujispray Q4 HVLP
and a meber p500 bandsaw today as well even got an electrician in to
wire the workshop for three phase instead of doing it myself (that makes
a change)...............omly problem is I sold all my other machines and
the new stuff doesnt arrive untill the 10th except for the pm20 which I
have now.I know it gets boring when people gloat but I have waited so
long to get this stuff that I just have to.Pics will abound when it gets
delivered.I have spent years remodeling other peoples boats and houses
and now I`m gonna make things I wanna make.I`ve stop working full time
bought a house where I can have my workshop next to it (in the
netherlands that is a real luxury believe me)No more city life,no more
traveling,no more fume ridden rancid streets and no neigbours.Well I got
that of my chest,a good rant really helps.
Thu, Feb 26, 2004, 12:07pm (EST-3) email@example.com (mp) says:
I'm sorry, but this does not qualify as a regular gloat.
It's more like a pre-gloat gloat.
I'd say if he bought it all, it's a brag, not a gloat.
Georges Clemenceau supposedly said, "War is too important a matter to be
left to the military". If this is so, it is then obvious that peace is
too precious to be left to politicians.
Life just ain't life without good music. - JOAT
Web Page Update 28 Feb 2004.
Some tunes I like.
10,0000euro ex tax.full worth 14,500 ex,does that make it a gloat or a
brag :-)...plus I never had the chance to brag before so I`ll enjoy it
while I can and there is a certain amount of pride in the fact it took
so long to get the cash together never fltering never being tempted to
waiver and but anything else....and most of all not having to justify it
your welcome,its a long way to the netherlands though.I got a friend in
Maine,we went to the LN factory a couple of years ago,but you know what
really sucks,our budget was so limited I could`nt buy anything.We like
new England, good place for a holiday.where are you guys from?
We travelled Connecticut as well,we love it there in New England.we flew
into Boston hired a car and travelled up the coast camping on the way
stayed with a couple of friends all the way to Lubeck then inland to
lake Champlain down through Connecticut,Rhode island,Cape Cod and then
back to Boston.Amzing landscape and good seafood clam chouder and
lobster.But I cant see us doing that sort of holiday for a long time
yet,probably just Greece for a week this year.But hey your welcome to
drop in here!
ONLY a week in Greece! Funny how one's perspective changes, based on where
Russell, enjoy your new tools! Make some really nice projects. Post
pictures when you can.
And enjoy your week in Greece, too.
who is trying to figure out what his wife would do for the week in Fort
Bragg, CA, whilst he took a class in advanced sawdust conversion...
It does sort of put a different perspective on it doesnt it,a week in
greece can be as cheap as $300 if you shop around.You can fly to Madrid
from Amsterdam for $19.Yet if you said to me I`m going to the grand
canyon for a week I`d be really impressed
300 bucks? Hell, I can't go to Columbus for that and it's only about 2-1/2
The Grand Canyon would impress me, too, as it's maybe 1600 miles from here.
Right close to that Ft. Bragg, though. But a lot further away from Ft. Bragg,
NC (another 1700 miles maybe).
I've often wondered what the driving distance from Key West to, say,
Bellingham, WA is.
Whoo, whadda drive. Almost 3700 miles, 60 hours 50 minutes driving time
according to Rand McNally.
I don't approve of political jokes. I've seen too many of them get elected.
On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 14:59:12 +0000, Charlie Self wrote:
Did Poughkeepsie, NY to Seattle, WA in 1966 after a 3 month IBM class.
Took me 3-1/2 days - day one, Poughkeepsie to Buffalo - day 2 Buffalo to
Madison, WI - day 3-1/2, Madison to Seattle. Had 30 cents in my pocket
and an empty gas tank when I arrived in Seattle. Slept for 2 days.
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