East Wake going out of business?

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Ray Martin

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Ray
I know I've been away from woodworking (oblivious to what's going on) for a while... but I missed this one... Anybody know what the story is with East Wake Hardwoods? I went to their website this morning and it says they are going out of business.
 

FredP

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I believe they are already gone. Roger had some health issues. They shut down not long after they moved.
 

Dragon

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David
Mark,

Thanks. I was off the air for quite some time. (working 300 hours per week) I never saw the thread you referenced. Sorry to hear about Roger having health and lease problems.
:eek: WOW! You must be retired now or at least in very high demand. There's only 168 hours in 7 days.
 

Gofor

Mark
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:eek: WOW! You must be retired now or at least in very high demand. There's only 168 hours in 7 days.
Some folks are just a lot more efficient with their time. Example, what Fred turns out in one weekend (48 clock hours and probably only about 12 work hours) takes me two 6-day weeks of 8 hour days (96 hours labor hours). I can understand where Ray could put out 300 hrs in a week!! :mrgreen:

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FredP

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Some folks are just a lot more efficient with their time. Example, what Fred turns out in one weekend (48 clock hours and probably only about 12 work hours) takes me two 6-day weeks of 8 hour days (96 hours labor hours). I can understand where Ray could put out 300 hrs in a week!! :mrgreen:

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naw a 2 day weekend for me is about 24-28 work hours.:rotflm: counting the head scratchin time.:gar-Bi
 
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