Back in Blue
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After almost nine years as a moderator here, I've decided to hang up my green outfit and go back to regular blue.  I hope this will give me a little more time to actually participate as a member of the forum, especially in Hand Tools.  I've got a couple interesting projects in the works that I hope to share here in the coming weeks.

WoodNet has always been a very special place for me.  I wouldn't be half the woodworker I am now if it had not been for a lot of generous, knowledgeable forum members who took the time to share their experience and encourage my efforts to learn this craft.
Steve S.
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Tradition cannot be inherited, and if you want it you must obtain it by great labour.
- T. S. Eliot

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#12
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Thanks for doing a thankless job!
Waiting to grow up beyond being just a member
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#13
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Ditto. It takes lots of behind the scenes work to make something like this a success. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
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#14
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Thanks for your work.  I moderate over on WoodCentral, and it's easy most of the time - it's a similarly strong, mostly well-behaved community - but the times it's not easy are no fun at all.
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  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Hello Steve;
Thanks for diving in and being here for us.  Some of us remember it was not so smooth back then....  We appreciate it!  Carol still asks me from time-to-time how your girls are doing....  say hello to them from us here in Texas!  Look forward to see you posting more projects.
Skip


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#16
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Change is constant.  Thank you for all your work as a moderator capacity and looking forward to the knowledge you'll share as a "member".  Smile

Frank S in IA
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#17
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Thanks, Boss; and break a leg. Er, wait ... wrong passion. May everything work out well for you.
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#18
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Thanks for your work.  But you're still Green!
Credo Elvem ipsum etiam vivere
Non impediti ratione cogitationis
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#19
  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
Yeah, I don't know why I still have my green hat on.  I expect it will go away soon.

Skip, I still think about you guys sometimes.  Remember that cedar slab I got from M&G?  I finally made something out of it:





More pictures here on the blog.
Steve S.
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Tradition cannot be inherited, and if you want it you must obtain it by great labour.
- T. S. Eliot

Tutorials and Build-Alongs at The Literary Workshop
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  Re: Back in Blue by Bibliophile 13 (After almost nine ye...)
(03-22-2017, 12:26 PM)Tony Z Wrote: Thanks for doing a thankless job!

+1
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

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