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    Sandy
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    Here is my joiners tool box. I needed something a little smaller to carry my tools for various reasons. It’s made of cheap construction grade pine. I plan to put some blue milk paint on it but I’m still enjoying the look of the dovetails.

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

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    #127105
    Matt McGrane
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    Hey Sandy, looking good. Those dovetails look nice and tight. Hopefully you’ll be able to see the dovetails even with the milk paint and smile every time you see them.

    Matt, Northern California - Started a blog in 2016: http://tinyshopww.blogspot.com/

    #127109
    Greg Merritt
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    Nicely done Sandy. The dovetails look great!

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    #127110
    António
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    Looks great, Sandy!

    well done!

    Enjoy the learning path...!!
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    #127113

    Hi Sandy that looks good, great job on the dove tails,and fitting the trays.

    You have a nice looking horse as well My old pinto is getting to old so I just let her retire she likes to trot along when I ride my daughters but I think she misses being ridden I am looking for a buckskin or wild bread it would be fun to train a new ride.
    How is your boy doing, I still keep you and him in my daily.
    Frankj

    In South Jersey the good part of New Jersey, USA.

    #127153
    Sandy
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    Thank you Frank, Blaze is doing great. He’s an old guy too at 21 years old. I still ride him occasionally but not like we used to. I got him when he was about 8 months old and trained him myself. We have about 100K mikes of trail under our belt. He was quite a hand full in his younger years but now he is just a joy to ride. I can put small children on him and not have to worry. I know this is off subject but I’m really proud of my horses. My newest is a Belgium draft named Hank. He’s been trained to ride and the next step it to get him trained to pull a wagon. So you know what my plan is…. The wagon build is going to be fun!

    My Son Chris is doing great. We finally had to go to a private doctor to get him fixed up. He just got his release from the surgeon this week and has returned to his civilian job and to his motorcycle…. Thank you for asking and thank you for the prayers. We couldn’t have gotten through this without Gods hand….

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

    #127155
    Sandy
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    Thank you Greg and the rest for the compliments. The pictures don’t show the boo boos but it did turn out nice. Now I have to make one out of some oak or something real nice. These practice boxes are going to make good Christmas gifts… 🙂

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

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