Probably the grizzly 14" band saw and 8" jointer are first. I'm not
sure what after that. My miter saw and drill press are fairly weak.
The spindle and edge sanders are on the list also. I'll do reviews
when i get them. We're moving next week so I have to set up a shop in
the garage from scratch. I'm doing it right this time with heat and
The math mistakes don't take much away from a great story.
I have a neighbor with a Great Pyrenees female who has had the ACL
repair. His job is to keep her off of it for a few more weeks so that
it can heal. The dog can EASILY put her paws on my shoulders and look
me in the face. Beautiful dog who needs to be on a diet.
She did it. They're all big now. One of them went to my wife's
mother's husband's father, who lives with them in a parent apartment
type thing on the first floor. His wife died shortly before he got the
puppy. He seems a lot happier now.
This man is also a wood worker, although he's mainly into hand carving.
He's in his 80s now. The work he does is really amazing. I'm trying
as hard as I can to learn everything from him while I can. Most of
what he does is a southwestern theme. Last time I was there, I saw a
chess set he carved. The pieces were cowboys and mexicans. He makes
his own knives from old straight razors also. I hope to be that good
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