Hello from Eastern NC

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Golfgypsy

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Roy
Looking forward to retirement in about a year (give or take a couple of months). Can't play golf all of the time - and am looking forward to playing in the workshop. I've got a great next door neighbor who is supplying the work space (three car detached garage with heat and A/C) - I've supplied most of the tools. Currently shopping for a new lathe and decided on a Powermatic 3520B to do some bowl turning.

This group is great - Lot's of experience and sharing.
 

TracyP

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Tracy
Welcome aboard Roy. Sounds like you are headed down the slippery slope from the start. You will find a great group of folks here. We look forward to your input in the forum and seeing some of your work, and again welcome!!
 

ErnieM

Ernie
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Hi Roy - welcome to the site. Seeing as we live only a few minutes away (Chocowinity) maybe we can get together sometime and swap sawdust. We have a small, but really nice local woodworkers club here and we'd love to invite you to our next get-together. If you're interested, drop me a PM and I'll get the info to you. Enjoy the site.

Ernie
 
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DaveO

DaveO
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Welcome Roy, I am glad that you found us. I look forward to your input in the forums and seeing some pics of the work that comes out of your shared shop space.
Dave:)
 

Sully

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jay
Another NCWWer east of 95! Welcome aboard.

There's a few of us north of the Pamlico in Lil' Washington.

Jay
 

woodArtz

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Bob
Welcome to the group Roy! It's great to have you with us. Good call on the lathe :icon_thum :wink_smil.
 

RandyJ

Randy
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Welcome to the site, Roy! Don't hesitate to jump in anytime. Everyone here is always willing to help...
 

ScottM

Scott
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Welcome to the dust pile Roy. I look forward to seeing your shop pictures and those of your works.
 

Canuck

Wayne
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Welcome aboard, Roy!!!:eusa_danc:eusa_danc:eusa_danc

I look forward to seeing some pictures of turnings commin' off of that big 'ol Powermatic!!!:wsmile::wsmile:

Wayne
 

sapwood

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Roger
Welcome to NCWWer, Roy!
Starting with a heated/cooled shop is a great way to jump into woodworking :icon_thum

I'm jealous already :gar-Bi
Roger
 
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