Today is my 6th year anniversary on Lumberjocks. Things have sure gotten bigger from the early days. Back then you had lots of time to view the posts on the pulse page. We sent messages back and forth on our blogs and projects because we didn’t have messaging. Nobody thought about blocking anyone, we were all great cyber friends. Some of those friends have been lucky enough to get a visit from me. I’ve thought about a blog series of the LumberJock shops I’ve visi...
WOW!! 59 YEARS, IT DOESN”T SEEM THAT LONG. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MARCH 31, 1951-2010 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~All of this at $1.20/hr>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Barb, & our trailer home, 1951, $1500 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dick, & Our first Car, 1937 Ford, $350
Yeah… it’s party time. Today is LumberJocks Birthday!Our site is 3 years old, or should I say 3 years young? Who remembers those first months? I prepared a small gift for all of you. Internals of the pictures management – that you can see when adding new project, review or workshop – are revamped. I will use this updated system for the planned attachments feature. In addition to this I raised the number of pictures per project from four to six. I was think...
... from being a single man to a Married man! Spent most of the day trimming trees (wood) and Ivy… Tonight, we are going to a restaurant called The Red Lobster…... I will probably have Snow Crab Legs… she will probably have Lobster (my guess)... It sure doesn’t seem like 48 years… Yesterday, I hesitatingly asked her “Is this 45 years?” She abruptly corrected me by saying “It’s 48!” (as if I was some o’ dummy). Y...
its a great day to be here, and to have made so many friends on here, and to have learned from so many wonderful wood workers..here is to many more years, and thanks to all who make the web site here a great place …grizzman
I WANT TO CELEBRATE MY BEING A LUMBER JOCK for 2 years here today, and i want to post some of the best moments over! the past two years…i have created over 50 projects to date since then, and i want to thank martin for this wonderful web site, ive made wonderful friends and this site has inspired me to try to become a better wood worker…i love lumber jocks and look forward to the next coming years…here are three pictures of me in my glory days…LOL… you old timer...
Well it’s been three happy years since i was joined at the hip with LumberJocks. I just never knew anything like it. But, then what you see now it not what was it was in the beginning. I joined – who knows why. We all signup to some web sites at time and then we never remember where it was that we asked the question. But here Martin would send us an e-mail when anyone posted a reply to our question. Talk about something being unique. Keeping us informed, instead of having to...
It’s hard to believe that four years have past us by since we joined Lumberjocks. This has been a wondrous journey for two people who’ve lived in one place all of our lives. Through the magic of the internet, we now have friends on almost every corner of the Earth. It’s been fun sharing our interests with all of you. We’d like to thank Martin for helping us on this four year jaunt, plus the rest of you JOCKS out there. We started out at 120 members, ...
From a modest beginning, 5/9/2006, I signed in to a new web site www.lumberjocks.com. That was what it was called. It was identified in Woodshop News as a new woodworking site. I signed in to check it out. I was number 28 of those who have signed in. Other than Martin who was #1, we have Ellen who checks in every so often. Phillip Edwards who is a woodworker in England who make some superb wooden planes. We then have Mark DeCou who is a frequent contributor to this site and if you look at ...
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