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Poolewood...
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http://www.poolewood.co.uk

Reflections in Wood...
Finely crafted and detailed wooden display models of trucks and equipment used in the logging and construction industries. Great executive or retirement gifts....
http://www.reflectionsinwood.com

Rick's Woodshop Creations...
Home of the web's largest free online index to thousands of articles in 21 woodworking magazines, tool gifts guide, links to hundreds of woodworking-related sites and a quick-search of thousands of project plans by keyword....
http://www.rickswoodshopcreations.com

San Diego Fine Woodworking Association...
San Diego Fine Woodworking Association home page: The San Diego Fine Woodworking Association is the largest amateur woodworking organization in the world....
http://www.sdfwa.org

The Woodshop - Home Page...
Jack Loganbill's web site offers reviews of many popular woodworking tools, woodworking how-to articles, and info for building a wood and canvas kayak....
http://www.thewoodshop.20m.com

WOODSHOPICS...
Woodworking ideas for hand tool storage, small workshop design & layout pictures, woodshop project pictures, and woodworking talk...
http://www.woodshopics.com



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