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Old 03-09-2018, 09:41 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I wish you and I lived closer! I remember those poppers - they were almost as good as the knowledge shared over the first couple of years.

You are a rockstar! When you asked about a penturners get together 11 years ago, you decided that since there was none in the midwest, you would start one. You surely changed the course of my life. I am doing pens as my full-time business and still enjoy the relationships I formed on that cold Saturday in Urbana.

Thank you, Greg!
LOL!! Not to sure about the rock star bit. I simply wanted to get together in person with those who held the same passion and share. I didn't feel like going to Utah or wherever the AAW symposium was at that time, especially when pens were still getting snubbed in the turning world, I figured heck, if I put it together, they just might come. Look at it now! I enjoy the fact it has spawned other "gatherings" in various regions. And yes, I too still enjoy the friendships that were made, and I include you as one as well. Give Dave Bell a handshake at the MPG for me!!! 11 years ago huh? This wasn't at the first MPG but at one soon following!
That was the first one! I was demo-ing the plexiglas finish and was using Ed's lathe. That was a great day with lots of new friends.

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