Rick, you do know my Chief. Phil was the one that first got me interested in IFSI and I was able to become an instructor there myself.
And when I first started to go to IFSI you were one of my instructors, and we chated back and forth about small tools. I really enjoyed your book "Tools of the Trade" and I reference it often when I instruct.
Thanks for the things that you have passed on.
I can't beleive you are calling me old fart! Man, It's great to here you are still out there and doing good things as usual. Hope to see you at a conference or something. Keep on truckin! Be safe and have a great holiday!
Actually no. We recently moved into a new "addition." It is a new station attached to the back of the old station via walkway on the second floor. They filled the old apparatus floor in as it will one year be remodeled into offices.
I haven't forgot about the furnace front....I just need the time to sit down and type it out. I hope to make a video of the process and post just to show others it's pretty simple if you have the patience to get through having a couple of set backs your first few times.
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