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Good luck Paul. We wish you a speedy recovery.
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We will be thinking about you and waiting to hear from you again.


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Thanks everyone.
I’m home in Canada now and pretty much recovered. I will miss Az. and my SS shop there but now I’m back in my big shop with all the goodies so it’s not all bad. It just irks me a little that after putting it off for years I had just upgraded to full Mark 7.
Anyway you take the hand you are dealt. I’m happy to be back to good health.

Thanks again

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Great to here. Be safe.
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Great news, Paul.
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Also great to hear here. :cool:
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A little update: I am well on the road to recovery now. I’m able to go down to my boat and get things done so I’m a happy camper.
On the Az ShopSmith front, I was able to find a buyer for the whole shop at a price where he would have paid a little more and I would have taken a little less ..... that means fair I believe.
We have an accepted offer on our place there too, so I guess the “snowbird” experience is now in the past. However I will still be hanging around here as I still have my old 10ER here in Canada. It’s just one year newer than me!

Thanks again for the good thoughts.

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Great to hear ALL the good news!!!
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E[/size](SN E3779) restoration in progress, a 510 on the back burner and a growing pile of items to be eventually returned to useful life. - aka Red Grange
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