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  1. #11
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    I would like to add my thanks to everyone at Carvewright for a great conference. This was my first and I hope to make many more in the future. The presenters and presentations were great, as someone there said "I didn't know what I didn't know".
    I knew that my Carvewright could do many things but after last weekend, listening to all the speakers and talking to some of the "veterans of Carvewright" I am blown away with the possibilities.
    Thanks again to all involved in putting this together, You did a GREAT JOB.

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    Thanks to Chris and all the staff for another great conference. See you next year.
    Jerry
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    vector 2d, 3d advanced, conforming vectors, STL. Photo Explosion 4.
    HF 2hp dust collector. Headquartered in West-Central IL.

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    Here are some misc. photos taken at the conference...
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    Michael T
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    ...and some more...
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    Michael T
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    ...and a couple pics taken at the CarveWright Banquet...
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    Michael T
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    I too would like say thanks to the CW staff for a good conference, all the teaching on each subject was really great.
    the good conservations at the table I was at was great , learned so much from them. We have been in contact, exchanging
    patterns, wood tips too. Now when I see their post on the forum, I will be able to connect it with a face.
    As a START U member I just picked up a 8 hr. Training session to a newbie at a school. We will go over basics and maybe
    start some great signs for the 4 H club to sell.
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    Thanks Michael for sharing the photos. Looks like some great projects were on display at the conference.

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    Thanks for the pics Michael, the show and tell has definitely evolved since the first one. Very nice work everyone.
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    Here's a link to some more photos from the CarveWright email I just received (and maybe you all did, too).

    http://www.carvewright.com/2015-conference-success/

    One photo that's missing is when Cheryl and Meryl got stuck in the elevator during the Conference BBQ After-Party at Chris Lovchik's house. "Somebody" riding the elevator pressed the wrong button and caused the elevator to stop between floors. The light in the elevator is on a timer, so they were in pitch darkness for awhile until they were rescued! They took this photo before the lights went out and before they started thinking about cannibalizing each other for survival.
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    Michael T
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtylerfl View Post
    Here's a link to some more photos from the CarveWright email I just received (and maybe you all did, too).

    http://www.carvewright.com/2015-conference-success/

    One photo that's missing is when Cheryl and Meryl got stuck in the elevator during the Conference BBQ After-Party at Chris Lovchik's house. "Somebody" riding the elevator pressed the wrong button and caused the elevator to stop between floors. The light in the elevator is on a timer, so they were in pitch darkness for awhile until they were rescued! They took this photo before the lights went out and before they started thinking about cannibalizing each other for survival.
    That was so funny! All of the sudden, we start hearing, "Hey! Hey! We're stuck in here! Hey!"
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