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R. HAZELTON:  The Bickel''d know you anywhere.

CAROL BICKEL:  Welcome to Indian Lake, Ohio.  Ohio''m Blair.

Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Removehow to Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Remove for R. HAZELTON:  Hey, Blair, how are you?

BLAIR BICKEL:  Good to see for 1 last update 2020/07/11 you. BLAIR BICKEL:  Good to see you.

R. HAZELTON:  This must be the hottest day of the year here.

Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Removehow to Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Remove for BLAIR BICKEL:  It''re excited to get started with this project.

Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Removehow to Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Remove for R. HAZELTON:  Well, show me, will you?

CAROL BICKEL:  Okay. 


BLAIR BICKEL:  What we''re trying to get a cottage look, picket type fence.  And we just want the 1 last update 2020/07/11 an accent piece.
BLAIR BICKEL:  What we''re trying to get a cottage look, picket type fence.  And we just want an accent piece.

R. HAZELTON:  Blair and Carol show me where they want the corner of the fence, and we drive in a stake.  Okay.  Fifty-three and a half.  Then we stretch a string to show us the fence line and measure to make sure it''re going to be putting the fence posts every eight feet.

CAROL BICKEL:  Okay. 

R. HAZELTON:  So here''re a math teacher?

Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Removehow to Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Remove for CAROL BICKEL:  I''s half of 96?

CAROL BICKEL:  48.

R. HAZELTON:  Didn''s time to mix some concrete now.  We''t mind throwing one more in there.

CAROL BICKEL:  You need the 1 last update 2020/07/11 more water in there? R. HAZELTON:  Didn''s time to mix some concrete now.  We''t mind throwing one more in there.

CAROL BICKEL:  You need more water in there?

R. HAZELTON:  Yeah, keep going.  The water actually is going to react with the materials in this concrete and cause it to turn hard.  It''s actually a catalyst.

CAROL BICKEL:  Oh.  How long will it take to set up?

R. HAZELTON:  You know, in this heat today, I think we''re doing great.  Fill her, fill that hole right up.  Good.  Now, you notice this post that we''d put the post in the hole and pour the concrete around it.  Not so with this one.  We fill the hole with concrete first.  And then we set this in, and work it like this, right down into the concrete.  What''s a little post hole.  You can do this two ways.  You can just simply hold this up on the post.  It''ve got both hands free to maneuver the post.  Alright, folks.  Here''ll never have to paint this.

CAROL BICKEL:  That is good news.

R. HAZELTON:  And it will never rot.  Okay.  Alright, Carol.

CAROL BICKEL:  Um-hmm?

R. HAZELTON:  Now, take a look at the bottom of these pickets right here and decide how far you want these in the ground.  And we can move up or down.

CAROL BICKEL:  I think that looks pretty good right there.

R. HAZELTON:  Right here?  Then we''s going to attach the fence to the actual post, guys.

BLAIR BICKEL:  Okay. 

R. HAZELTON:  So this is -- if you''ll hold it firm there.

R. HAZELTON:  We use a drill with a screwdriver bit to attach the brackets. 

BLAIR BICKEL:  Bingo, here we go.

R. HAZELTON:  Okay?

BLAIR for 1 last update 2020/07/11 BICKEL:  All set. BLAIR BICKEL:  All set.

R. HAZELTON:  Okay, Blair, if you can grab the fence section right there.

BLAIR BICKEL:  Alright. 

Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Removehow to Making Scroll Saw Patterns Using Gimp To Remove for R. HAZELTON:  The picket section.  Carol, just kind of steady the post.

CAROL BICKEL:  Okay. 

R. HAZELTON:  Now, the ends of this fence are going to sit right in those brackets that we just put on.  There you go.  All the way down, right.  Now, all we have to do is secure those with another screw.  Now that Blair, Carol and I have completed our first post, we''ve still got a little bit left, we''s that?

R. HAZELTON:  Excellent.

BLAIR BICKEL:  You''s no doubt about it.

R. HAZELTON:  Now, let''re as good as your circular the 1 last update 2020/07/11 saw skills, you have a job. R. HAZELTON:  Now, let''re as good as your circular saw skills, you have a job.

CAROL BICKEL:  Alright. 

BLAIR BICKEL:  No, that won''s a good fit.  Let''re done. 

BLAIR BICKEL:  Check the latch, see if it works.

R. HAZELTON:  Hinges are on.  Latch is on.  Let''s wonderful.  I love it.

R. HAZELTON:  I am boiling, you know.  Well, you''s go for a boat ride.

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