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    Default Southern Tas get together - Spring '19

    Hi all southern southerners,

    Spring has sprung, and we should get together again! We all had such a good time earlier in the year, so perhaps we should catch up over a BBQ lunch this time.

    Date: Sunday 29th September
    Time: 12:30 onwards
    Address: Margate, Tas (Like last time, I'll PM my address to those who have expressed an interest in attending closer to the day.)
    Lunch: I will supply sausages, bread and a couple of salads. I also have plenty of tea and coffee. If you'd like to bring something to share, I won't stop you, but no pressure.
    Who: Anyone and everyone is welcome. If you're interested in wood working, at whatever level or style, we would love to have you there. Partners are most welcome too.

    I'm looking forward to catching up with those who attended last time, and hopefully meet some new local woodworkers too.

    Kind regards,
    Lance

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    Hi Lance/Maja,

    Thank you for the invite. Happy to bring a salad. Will be in touch before the date.

    Cheers Yvan

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    Hi All,
    I have been a forumite for some years, but gave it a miss when I discovered that the URL that I had was not secure. Then just recently discovered a secure version, so I am here again.

    And "here" is not too far from the aforementioned gathering site. In fact, I drive past probably twice a week. I even lived in the town until 1954. House was surrounded by apple trees, milk was delivered by the Smith family. Tanners had the bakery.

    So, if a self-taught owner-builder of a timber framed/lined/clad shack is allowed ......? ....?

    Tarwood

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarwood View Post
    So, if a self-taught owner-builder of a timber framed/lined/clad shack is allowed ......? ....?
    Hah! It sounds like you’ll fit in perfectly.

    Kind regards,
    Lance

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    Great stuff Lance and Maja! I'll be there and I'll bring some nibbles.

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    At this stage we have the following attending, which will make it a great afternoon:

    Lance & Maja,
    Yvan,
    Tarwood,
    Adam (Stratman).

    Any other locals (or travellers) are welcome too.

    Kind regards,
    Lance

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