Strange lust for hand planes
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  Re: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (I can't help myself!...)
Can we post direct pictures without having a "link"?
Now where is that chisel
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#22
  Re: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (I can't help myself!...)
Missing a few that are on the other shelf
https://i.postimg.cc/Hn3Pvk18/IMG-3465.jpg
Now where is that chisel
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#23
  Re: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (I can't help myself!...)
Every time you buy one smash another finger. People will know you are in trouble when the messages come through to the forum garbled. 

Now, I am concerned about that shoulder. I too suffer pain, but the only help is to use a block plane held in one hand and pull a softwood, like western cedar or soft pine, with the other hand. The big advantage with that technique is you can sit in a comfortable chair, in the shade. No bench necessary. I make a lot of toothpicks.
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  Re: RE: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (Missing a few that a...)
(06-11-2019, 11:22 AM)Smashedfinger Wrote: Missing a few that are on the other shelf
https://i.postimg.cc/Hn3Pvk18/IMG-3465.jpg

I wouldn't say you have a problem.  More like a good start.   Big Grin
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  Re: RE: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (Missing a few that a...)
(06-11-2019, 11:22 AM)Smashedfinger Wrote: Missing a few that are on the other shelf
https://i.postimg.cc/Hn3Pvk18/IMG-3465.jpg


Newbie. Move them closer together and you'll have some babies shortly.
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  Re: RE: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (Can we post direct p...)
(06-11-2019, 11:18 AM)Smashedfinger Wrote: Can we post direct pictures without having a "link"?

Yes, you can post photos here directly from your computer. Go to the bottom of the posting page and you'll see "New Attachment:" Click on "Choose File". That will take youth your photo album on your computer. Choose a photo and follow the instructions. It's pretty easy.
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  Re: RE: Strange lust for hand planes by Hank Knight ([quote='Smashedfinge...)
(06-11-2019, 03:00 PM)Hank Knight Wrote: Yes, you can post photos here directly from your computer. Go to the bottom of the posting page and you'll see "New Attachment:" Click on "Choose File". That will take youth your photo album on your computer. Choose a photo and follow the instructions. It's pretty easy.

Thank you!
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  Re: RE: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (Missing a few that a...)
(06-11-2019, 11:22 AM)Smashedfinger Wrote: Missing a few that are on the other shelf
https://i.postimg.cc/Hn3Pvk18/IMG-3465.jpg

That's a nice start. I see you like Gage planes. Very nice.
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  Re: RE: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (Missing a few that a...)
(06-11-2019, 11:22 AM)Smashedfinger Wrote: Missing a few that are on the other shelf
https://i.postimg.cc/Hn3Pvk18/IMG-3465.jpg

Here's the pic:

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#30
  Re: Strange lust for hand planes by Smashedfinger (I can't help myself!...)
Can someone define strange?

If you're on this forum, here are the major points of normal:
1. Checking for sale list on WN at least twice a day
2. Checking "first Monday" sale items on "Old Tools" list EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK
3. Checking Josh Clark's website for new listings everyday
4. Getting night sweats the night before Patrick Leach posts his monthly for sale
5. Checking Martin's listings, reading EVERY auction listing
6. Stealthfully sneaking into the Patina gatherings, so as to not be noticed by others stealthfully sneaking in
7. Checking all Fine Tool Sale auction listings and not missing their tool sales

When are you in trouble? When you wake one fine morning, not remembering day or days before, and wondering why you're in this van down by the river.
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