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Re: Midwest Forest Products Show
« Reply #80 on: September 28, 2003, 11:26:24 AM »
Come to think about it...What ever happened to Bojangle?   He made three posts and then hes gone. He should have his mill by now Id think.  ???

Thank you Bibbyman

Next time I see Tom Stout I'll hit him up for a hat or something. ;)
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Re: Midwest Forest Products Show
« Reply #81 on: September 29, 2003, 12:29:54 PM »
Hey Bibbyman, just wanted to compliment you on the nice pictures you posted earlier!  ;)

Just wondering what everyone thought about the St. Charles Show.

Tom Stout will be representing Baker at the Ozark Fall Farm Fest, we're sending a different crew up to Paul Bunyan.

Ed

By the way...what did Arkansawyer mean by the "Undercover Baker Guy" ?  ???
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Re: Midwest Forest Products Show
« Reply #82 on: September 29, 2003, 12:58:16 PM »
Ed,

I had a chance to stop and look at the demo's of your large bandsaw. Nice and solid saw.  Unforturnatly when I was looking it was just to big for me to pull around with my 1/2 ton pickup. Tom was nice enough to talk with me at length about the mill when I was considering it.

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Re: Midwest Forest Products Show
« Reply #83 on: September 29, 2003, 01:04:56 PM »
Welcome to the Forum!

The weather was a little like Missouri weather.  I guess it has a right to be.  I went to bed Thrusday evening thinking there was no chance of rain and woke up to thunderstorms that keep everyone damp all day.  Saturday was to be windy but wasn't so much.  Again they dropped the rain from the forecast.  But it rained about 2:00pm when we left.

I thought there were fewer exhibitors than when they had it at the Cape a couple of years ago.  Maybe more than last year.  Maybe too many shows this time of year for everyone to show up.  We use the shows to stock up on little items you have to order otherwise.  We did buy a log grapple from Lund

I didn't see a swinger mill there at all.  Many of the bandmill guys didn't show.  There were  - WM, Baker,  Keener, 21 Sawshop,  maybe I missed someone were there.

The "Undercover Baker Guy" started with this picture I took of
ARKANSAWYER at the Baker booth at the Ozark Farm Fest last fall.



Then Arky posted this picture....



And it got blown up to read...



Now Arky is trying to say I'm in cahoots with Baker just to take the heat off'n him.  Also,  click on the "Thank You Bibbyman" above to take you to a testimonial from Bojangles where Mary and I inspired him to buy a mill - a Baker mill.

Looks like we're not going to get to go to Paul Bunyan this year.  Too much work to do.  If we get rained out,  maybe we'll make it to Ozark Farmfest again and I'll see Tom there.
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Re: Midwest Forest Products Show
« Reply #84 on: September 29, 2003, 05:17:03 PM »
Welcome to Ed and Baker Products 8)

Looking forward to meeting some of the "Blue" team ;D



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