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    Wishing Admin & Members a very Merry Christmas from the Apple Isle. Stay safe.

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    Hear hear!

    Special thanks to Neil, Stephen the computer guru and all the moderators who so generously provide a place for us to share, learn, encourage, support, laugh and make friends.

    Your hard work may often be unsung but it is never unappreciated. THANK YOU.

    Brian

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    Fully agree with Brian. Without you guys doing so much for us in providing this forum we wouldn't have a place to come each day to communicate with each other and be inspired to reach for higher goals.
    Merry Christmas to all.
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    All of the above and more.

    Seasons Greetings to All.
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    And may I add my Christmas greetings to one and all for a safe wet celebration with family and friends.

    AND TO QUOTE MY WIFES COUSIN FROM COUNTRY NEW SOUTH WALES

    HAVE A MUDDY NEW YEARS

    Cheers crowie

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    Default Merry Shedmas!

    It’s still only Shedmas Eve where I am at the mo (Salzburg) but I just wanted to add my appreciation for all the hard work done by our Benevolent Dictator, the ‘puter guru, the mods and to all posters. Merry Shedmas to all!
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    I must add my thanks to Neil, Steve and all the mods, but also to all of our members who take the time to contribute to the forum to help and inspire the rest of us.


    Many thanks and a Merry Christmas to you and your families

    Bob & Maureen

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    Merry Christmas everyone,
    I very much appreciate the work, the time and effort that Neil, Steve and all the mods put in all year long to give us this platform of knowledge and information.
    I have met and become friends with a lot of Americans through this Forum and they all say that it's the best and friendliest in the world.
    We don't get big fires up this way, so today my thoughts go out to all the people affected by drought and the people working to try and contain them.
    Let's wish for rain.
    Rgds,
    Crocy.

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    Well had Christmas breakfast so while resting up before lunch I'll wish everyone on this wonderful forum a merry Christmas and all the very best for the new year.
    Regards
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    Merry Christmas everyone.

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    Merry Christmas Christos and to all our forum members and guests.

    You the members, are the ones who make this such a great forum. Without you these forums wouldn't exist. Thank you all for your continued support over the past 20+ years with a special heartfelt thanks to those of you who report spam, and other problems on the forums. This makes the work of the mods a bit easier, especially when often there's only one of us around from time to time.

    A great big thank you to Super Moderator David G for all the time and effort he's put over the year, keeping a watchful eye out on the forums for spam and trouble. Often making it disappear before anyone ever gets to see it.

    Well done David.

    The forums have never run smoother than over the last couple of years thanks to the continued support and vigilance of forum members. So it's a big thumbs up from me to you all.

    Well done.

    And to those who bring their spam and other garbage to these forums.

    Cheers - Neil

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    While I have greatly benefited from the forum both in “know how “ and friendships I very saddened by how many good folk, great woodworkers have either left or have stopped contributing.
    In my early days one old the old mods, Ian, gave me a lot of stick for rule indiscretions but he has become a good mate.
    I have always tried to positive and encouraging as many were for me when I first started making toys; yes my parents taught me “that if I couldn’t say something nice, I should say nothing”; but here it’s easy to support & encourage this wonderful hobby of working with Wood.
    In saying what I’ve said I’m continually amazed at some of the beautiful creations by many very talented craftsman and hobbyists, thank you all for the inspiration.
    Cheers from a smokey Blue Mountains and again I wish you all a wet muddy 2020 with lots of shed time.
    Crowie

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    Merry Xmas everyone, I hope the ol fat fella was kind to you all. To those in the bushfire and drought ravaged areas i hope things take a turn for the better and you get some good rains sooner rather than later.
    cheers

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    OK Cliffie, I know that I am a bit slow, but you are going to have to explain that to me, I can't figure it out.
    Crocy.

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