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Brad Barnhart
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St. Francis, Kansas, USA
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hello from NW Kansas
Oct 31st, 2016 at 11:03pm
 
howdy! my name is brad. been a member of the forum for awhile. I grew up in the trucking business, & drove OTR 35 years. My health put me out of the business four years ago. My bride, four dogs, & woodworking are my life now. I started ww'ing 24 years ago. I'm self taught. My shop is pretty well set up w/most ww'ing tool I need. I'm a scrollsawyer by choice, mostly because my back will not allow me to do much heavy work. In the last year, I've started teaching myself the lathe. I own 2 lathes, & a small assortment of chisels. I live in St. Francis, KS. A small ag town in the far NW corner of Kansas. My hobbies are scrollsawing, wood turning, & most anything else to do with woodworking.
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Re: hello from NW Kansas
Reply #1 - Nov 2nd, 2016 at 2:30pm
 
Welcome Brad.  Make yourself at home.
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Re: hello from NW Kansas
Reply #2 - Nov 6th, 2016 at 7:54am
 
Welcome to the forum.  I've been to NW Kansas.

My wife and I stayed in Norton on  motorcycle trip once and when we left decided to ride west for an hour and then get breakfast. By the time we rode west for an hour, we were in an area where there were no restaurants until we got to a suburb of Denver!! In looking to see where St. Francis is, we must have ridden through your town.
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Brad Barnhart
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St. Francis, Kansas, USA
St. Francis, Kansas
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Harbor Freight 12" x 33 5/8"
67" home built lathe
BM-26 Hawk scroll saw
CW-40 Hitachi Scroll Saw
16" Craftsman Scroll saw
12"DeWalt Radial arm saw
8" Craftsman Tablesaw
Re: hello from NW Kansas
Reply #3 - Nov 21st, 2016 at 6:39am
 
yes Sir, you certainly did. we now have a motorcycle museum here that is a great addition to our community. If you're ever through here again, look us up!!
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Reply #4 - Nov 25th, 2016 at 12:50pm
 
Welcome Brad from a displaced Jayhawk!  I grew up in Great Bend (spent a year working in Garden City in the early 80s) St. Francis is like GC, a pretty woman behind every tree or like a t-shirt I saw in GC "Garden City isn't the end of the world, but you can see it from here!"  Spent 30+ years in Topeka before moving to NW Wisconsin a year ago.
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Re: hello from NW Kansas
Reply #5 - Nov 26th, 2016 at 8:50pm
 
Welcome from SE Texas!
Can't say I've been to Kansas, but do have a sis in Olathe who makes specialty cakes.
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