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Preparing for retirement through one Boca physicians eyes  (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on February 5, 2007


Where am I going in life? An age-old question and as we grow older, one that involves more of the practical, rather than the philosophical. A time comes to change our priorities and to slow down, change directions or retire.

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Pvt. Jon St. John, 25, and his battalion were in a convoy in Taji, Iraq, when a roadside bomb detonated Saturday. a hrefhttp://www.postcrescent.com/apps/pbcs.dll/articleAID/20070201/APC0101/70201023/1979 targetnew stylecolor:72A440bRead more/b/a

TIP OF THE WEEKTIP OF THE WEEK 
You may be building something out of plywood — perhaps a bookcase or a table for the old ranch house. But you hate looking at those ugly layered veneer edges (everybody does.)

At the Villages, sense of safety is shattered 
Officials estimate that 1,200 homes in the Villages were damaged or leveled.

William Hunter’s wood sculptures featured in museum exhibit 
WOODWORKING, woodcarving, woodturning the final results may be beautiful, but still may be downgraded into “craft” by art aficionados.

Regional digest 
LUNENBURG — Fire damaged a detached garage-workshop on Burrage Street yesterday afternoon, but nobody was injured, according to Firefighter Jon C. Jones.

Today’s Calendar 
Igloo Design and Building, Yestermorrow Design/Build School, Warren. All day, hands-on workshop to discuss, design and build several snow structures, including trench shelters, drift caves, slab shelters, quinzee shelters and the igloo. Course instructor is Bert Yankielun. $50/family. Reservations.

Carl S. Guild Jr. 
CLAREMONT, N.H. — Carl Selkirk Guild Jr., 82, died Feb. 1, 2007, at Springfield Health and Rehab Center in Springfield, Vt. …

The Kids list 
Barnes & Noble at The Waterfront: Story time, 11 a.m. Sat., Tues. 100 W. Bridge St., Homestead. 412-462-5743. Borders: Story times. Carnegie Museum of Art: “ARTventures: Family Art-making in the Galleries,” 12:30-4:30 p.m. Sat.-Sun. Free with admission.

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