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    Rocky Bow BMW Riders #197 bogthebasher's Avatar
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    Nice wide and strong shelving for heavier tools in the shop.
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    36654, if you're really good with wood, you may be able to whittle them down into a Kermit chair, or two!
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    I've got 4 kids. 3 of them are married, and one of them has gifted us with a granddaughter. There's never less than 11 or 12 for any family gathering at my house. It's easier just to leave them in, since they're big, heavy and cumbersome and store easier mounted in the table that setting in a closet somewhere.
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    That road looks good! Norwood's Avatar
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    Take the extra leaves, build a trap, catch that PA Groundhog and Kill it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norwood View Post
    Take the extra leaves, build a trap, catch that PA Groundhog and Kill it...
    Finally, an answer I can work with......

    I'm currently trying to catch a Feral that has ripped the crap out of several of my window screens.....
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