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.
Wow, doesn’t time fly. 4 years now on Lumberjocks and what a great community of people from all over the world. If only our diplomats and generals were members of LJ’s it would be a safer world.To all my buddies and all on LJ’s thanks for your support. I have learned much since joining this community and I hope I have contributed something in return.Off to New Zealand for a short break (land of the long white cloud & very competitive sportsmen & women).As Arnie says,...
Well…today…hard to believe is then end of my 3rd year as a member of LJ’s!!! Hard to believe we are approaching 20,000 woodworkers and I think I was here in the first 500 or so…I have never been the most prolific poster…but I do check in nearly everyday…and at times many more… I was just reading my profile which states “I am a beginner”...I find myself at a cross roads tonight…I still feel in may was like a beginner…with so...
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.
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...
Lumberjocks will be celebrating it’s fifth anniversary on Feb 26, 2011. Of course the fifth anniversary is known as the one to give wood articles. How cool. Congratulations Martin on this milestone. A great site and a lot of friendships.
Whoops I missed my 5th anniversary on Lumberjocks while I was on a cruise to North Queensland.Did see a spectacular event at sea though. A total solar eclipse 200 mile off Port Douglas.If you haven’t witnessed one yet put it on your bucket list. It is an amazing scene.5 years gone and seems like yesterday.A good chance to say G’day to all my buddies & all LJ’s.
I originally posted the following as a forum topic, but decided this would better fit as a blog. My intent is to do an annual update. You can find the comments to the original posting here . This will be a slow blog – only one post per year! Should be fun as it builds over time though .. A little more than a year ago, I found a link to a LJ project posting from another web site. I spent several weeks looking at all the great projects. Finally, I decided to share the Lazy Susan my dad...
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...
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