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    I sound like a broken record but I am all for a PA class. If we can reach the 7 required students its $150 per student.

    Dave, correct me if I am wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue108 View Post
    I sound like a broken record but I am all for a PA class. If we can reach the 7 required students its $150 per student.

    Dave, correct me if I am wrong

    You've got it right Andrew. Hopefully we can work something out.

  4. #44
    I'm still interested in the class. Not sure on how many days a drive to PA and back is feasible for me, but please keep me posted.

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    Depends on where you are in MD, but you should be able to make it to Dave's and be back home all in one day. It's a lot of driving but it can be done.

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    Yup lets start some dates. Then see who can join in. We'll keep the date set if we have the required number. I think I'm 2.5hrs away. I have a honda pilot in case others want to car pool. I'm in gaithersburg, md by exit 10 on 270

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    So how soon would you guys like to do this? It's kind of freezing ass cold here in the shop right now but I'm game anytime.

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    Work sucks right now so I am up for sooner rather than later, maybe first week of March.

    Dave, you don't have any source of heat in your shop? I would think a wood stove would be a minimum.

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    Work sucks right now so I am up for sooner rather than later, maybe first week of March.

    Dave, you don't have any source of heat in your shop? I would think a wood stove would be a minimum.

    I have an oil burning (oil sucking) furnace in the shop that is so-so at keeping this space at 55deg. on really cold days. I have no hot water out in the shop so that doesn't help the hands. I'd go with a wood stove in a split second if I could but I'm a renter who doesn't have the option.

    I believe that I could do the first week in March though. What do you other guys think about this?

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    If you need an extra person let me know I would take the trip again to have some fun. Don't know when hudson valley restaurant week starts but I can check

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