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Location: Along the Lewis & Clark trail, Washington.

49 year old disabled Private Forester married 23 years. I love of all things nature can throw at me. Love photography, hiking, landscaping, camping, architecture, and wood working. I have been able to work the land thanks to DR products. If someone with spinal damage can do it then you can too. :-}

-- Rog

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posted 04-10-2008 11:10 PM

welcome to HR rog

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posted 04-11-2008 01:25 AM

Welcome :)

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posted 04-19-2008 03:40 PM

Welcome, I know this is going to be a great forum with good people

-- Joey ~~ Sabina, Ohio http://sleepydogwoodworking.wordpress.com/

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posted 04-25-2008 02:30 AM

Any remodelers/woodworkers out there with disabilities. ie. MS? would love to share the joys of working with wood with any and all. At first I thought it would be impossible to work with power tools but Im find that if you accept your abilities and learn how the tools work and there safety settings it seems easy and very much satisfing that you did it yourself. Like the first time I used a brad nailer I got such a rush when the nail went in straight unlike using a hammer and either missed the nail or bending it. So if your out there tell me about your experiances. Rog [email protected]

-- Rog

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