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Thread: Want to come for a visit?

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    Want to come for a visit?

    SteveH expects to be to my place Sunday afternoon - so if anyone else wants to show up, you are welcome to do so. Just send me a PM.

    I promise I'll only sneak one or two old machines in your vehicle, and maybe some cabinet parts, or a box or two of extra attachments . . .

    I'd love to have someone come help me sort through my attachment sets. I hauled most of them out the the workroom, and now they are stacked up on the bench ready to match up with machines.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments. I don't sell, but I do share my extras

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    That sounds like a load of fun! Wish I were close, I'd love to come and learn!
    ​Sheri

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    I will see what I can arrange. Message will follow.

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    Sigh...looks like we'll be going the other direction. Probably heading north to open up the cabin for the summer. Have a great get together, and I'll try to come some day too. In the meantime, thank's for the great photo updates you do on the new shed!
    Mavis

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    Sounds like fun but to far of a drive for me especially since I gave up driving 8 years ago. Have fun !!
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdhaevrsi View Post
    That sounds like a load of fun! Wish I were close, I'd love to come and learn!
    Me, too! What a blast it'd be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macybaby View Post

    I'd love to have someone come help me sort through my attachment sets. I hauled most of them out the the workroom, and now they are stacked up on the bench ready to match up with machines.
    I would love to meet Steve & Heather, view museum ... and I would LOVE to help sort through your attachment sets. Albeit it is not to be

    Janey - Neat people never make the exciting discoveries I do.
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    If teleporters were a real thing, I'd be there tout suite!! That sounds like so much fun, but alas the distance between CA and SD is not conducive to quick visits!

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    Oh that sounds like tons of fun and I would love to see your museum but we made that trip a few years back and with my RA that is a little too far to travel.

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    I would love to. Unfortunately I'm a bit too far away.
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