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Kirk

Sorry for the disappearing act! Life had a few different plans for me!

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Greetings gentlemen and ladies,


 


It's been a long time since I've been here, but i'm back.  A shoulder operation and then a computer crash kinda let the air out of my balloon for a while.  


Since my last visit, I've had my shoulder operated on, and due to the way I fell on it, it had several repairs needed, the bicep reattached, and the muscle under the shoulder blade repaired as well as the rotator cuff tears. It SUCKED! 


     We bought a house in Fountain  $$$$$$$(not as close to KFLY as I had hoped), but I have 5.5 acres of space and a nice big hangar, er BARN/garage!  And being that we were living in a fifth wheel for three years, we had to fill the house with furniture $$$, do some small repairs $, and just bought a new car $$, and just spent a week and a half in southern CA for Thanksgiving with my family $$$. Oh, and I have a laptop again $!


 


Got the plans dug out and have about a third of the updates to finish, trying to get all the info I lost downloaded again, planning the workbenches and making my shopping lists. 


 


Regards,


Kirk


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Hi Kirk,

 

Congratulations on your house -- 5.5 acres -- nice (I hope).  Big barns are good.

 

I made the EAA Chapter 1000 Standardized Work Tables for my bench.  You make 4 and bolt them together as needed.  Once I'm done with the big stuff I can unbolt and move to the sides of the garage.

 

Jon

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Jon Matcho :busy:
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Hi Kirk,

 

Congratulations on your house -- 5.5 acres -- nice (I hope).  Big barns are good.

 

I made the EAA Chapter 1000 Standardized Work Tables for my bench.  You make 4 and bolt them together as needed.  Once I'm done with the big stuff I can unbolt and move to the sides of the garage.

 

Jon

Hey Jon! Glad to hear from you! I think that's the route I'm going to take too. I like the idea of being able to move them off to the sides as separate workbenches.

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