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...
A few days ago a fellow LumberJock sent a note that my first anniversary with LumberJocks was fast approaching. I’m not that observant, so I probably would have missed it. We have learned more from this fine group of woodworkers in this one year’s time than we have in several years of reading woodworking magazines and stumbling around in the shop. We are truly amazed at the willingness of such fine craftsmen to take the time to teach us novices. I joined a year ago because I wanted to...
Hello JocksJust wanted to take the time to thank everyone for a wonderful year.I have learned so much from this site and I just love to see all the things that people make and how they do it.Even though I am not much of a jock I still love to make small stuff in my little shop and the birds keep asking for more feeders and houses.(lol)Thanks again.Dustygirl
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...
Gee, another milestone. I was looking at my posts and I noticed that today, Groundhogs day 2009, is my 1000 day of being a member. This has been truly a blast and a lot of fun. Made lots of friends, and probably a few enemies. But, overall an upward time being here. Have fun guys and gals and make sawdust, or planer shavings. What ever turns you on. And thank you Martin.
A while back some called me blabber fingers. I guess that must be true. This blog is my 15,000 post on this site. And I’m having as much fun if not more now than when I first started. Been a member for 964 days so I’m coming up on my three year anniversary. This site has really grown in the last 6 months. I appreciate Martin and all he does to provide a site that we woodworkers are all able to enjoy. I hope to be able to get back into the shop, now that Christmas is over ...
Well 365 days here at Lumberjocks and it seems like only a short time. I have made a lot of new friends in the past year on LJ’s & have learned much from the great skills that are possessed world wide. I never cease to be impressed by the quality of both amateur & professional work.I hope I have helped fellow Lumberjocks on the way & look forward to a continued relationship with you in the year ahead.Special thanks to Martin, MsDebbie, Karson and all my buddies.
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 ...
Today is our 25th wedding anniversary and we couldn’t think of finer people to share with. Yes I have been lucky in love and can’t wait for 25 more year with this wonderful women.
Today is Mark’s second anniversary.731 days that 2 X 365 Plus 1 for leap year this year. Mark Congratulations. We’ve enjoyed you participation and pray that God is watching over you on your business endeavors. Karson
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