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    I have 3 Chep pallets (hardwood) here if anyone wants one or more.

    All the tools for you to take them apart are here, and it could be a good opportunity to demonstrate the Nail Kicker pneumatic nail remover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FenceFurniture View Post
    I have 3 Chep pallets (hardwood) here if anyone wants one or more.

    All the tools for you to take them apart are here, and it could be a good opportunity to demonstrate the Nail Kicker pneumatic nail remover.

    Tell them the price son.

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    The best price of all.
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    Hi Everyone have decided to attend this grand event and meet some fellow forumites, thanks Brett.I am bringing for sale some quality items,a warranted superior cross cut hand saw,British , beautifully restored by Bushmiller,the teeth havent kissed timber so it is in as new condition,a DisstonD8 rip saw, could be 100 yo, with the thumbhole handle in Applewood in good condition, it has been sharpened by a saw doctor, it has the patina of its age, blade is straight, and etch clearly visible, a giffkins dovetail kit purchased in 2009, A10 and B10 template , variable joint spacers, the A10 cutters have made 50 boxes plus, and the B10 cutters 2 boxes, with instruction book and 2 box design books, if interested please pm me for more details , thanks Ross aka woodsurfer

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    We'll probably byo, Brett. A nice, big, over-caffeinated thermos for me...
    I may be weird, but I'm saving up to become eccentric.

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    Any one got a surplus froe? WTB Froe 12-14 inches long 10-13mm thick

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    It's been a little quite here
    Is Brett spitting and polishing everything in preparation.
    We're all set to go
    See ya all soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    Is Brett spitting and polishing everything in preparation.
    Many a true word spoken in jest. At the very least he will be checking for errant dust (sawdust that is) and checking all the tools are in their place .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmiller View Post
    Many a true word spoken in jest. At the very least he will be checking for errant dust (sawdust that is) and checking all the tools are in their place .

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    What a good man.
    Thanks for reminding me Paul,
    Almost forgot to pack my white inspection gloves.
    I've heard many a tale some even seem plausible about Brett's man cave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    It's been a little quite here
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    We're all set to go
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    Matt, You just wait until you see MR CLEAN's pristine shed, everything with a home, very much spick and span....

    Some have been known to do inspections looking for actual "sawdust" and when now is to be found, making some and planting it in prominent places.....

    See you Sunday sport, cheers Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    Is Brett spitting and polishing everything in preparation.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmiller View Post
    Many a true word spoken in jest. At the very least he will be checking for errant dust (sawdust that is) and checking all the tools are in their place .
    Well the funniest thing is that the Shop Vac has been in the house for a week, and I've had to do a few dockings on the mitre saw. However, there will be nil evidence of this by Sunday.



    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    Almost forgot to pack my white inspection gloves.
    No need, plenty of these on hand:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    I've heard many a tale some even seem plausible about Brett's man cave.
    ....I certainly hope you know the receiving stance (ask Billy Connolly). Anyone over 50 is well familiar with it.
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    So today I did the food shopping and managed to BBQ the chicken, curry the fish and stir fry the veges. That means I'm at least a day ahead of schedule, so plenty of time to clean up that sawdust.

    And now I'm hungry. I did sample the chicken fresh of the plate, and was quite satisfied.

    Lola is going to make a Ricotta cake or two tomorrow, salad prep on Saturday, and I might even make a batch of Pannacottas again.

    Cintia is bringing a Piononno (Italian dessert) which means Pius IX (Pope, who was previously Cardinal Pacelli). I have previously had this, and highly recommend it.

    I wouldn't normally mention this, but because of its size (and therefore transport planning), there will be a clothes dryer up for sale at a very good price. Not THE best price, but close.
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    It would be really useful to have a couple of extra microwave ovens on Sunday. Anyone got one that's easily removed from their kitchen that they could bring up?
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    Hope he's going to give us the address. or there's going to be a lot of confused people driving all over Katoomba on Sunday morning.
    If we all do find our way there, I hope he's got name tags for us as I'm one of those people that forget your name about 2 seconds after you tell me.

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    Blue masking tape name tags are a standard.

    If anyone needs the address then send me a PM.
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