good to hear you still here karsonNumber 13 and counting
Monday May 7, 2006 was the day that I became acquainted with the web site named Lumberjocks. It looked like an interesting site, But no where in my mind did I think it would be anywhere near what it is today.
I've made friends that I only chat with and I've made friends that I been to their home and shared a meal with them, and I was even invited to be present at the Baptism of their child.
We had contests where we challenged each other.
We've lost some of our friends without ever meeting them but no less mourn the loss of their friendship.
We've had good times and bad times and some who came here to cause trouble or to try to make their millions by what means they think they can scam from us.
The monitors we've had have been able to cull the bad ones (the chaff), so that the good ones can have all the glory by looking and wishing "I wish I could do that." "I wish I could find some of that wood".
So we read and we ask questions, "Why you ask!" so that we can become true craftsmen and craftswomen. So we can see that we have been awarded the top three emblem. But even if it's been without our reach, means that tomorrow will be our day.
I've completed my move to Appomattox VA and sold my home in Delaware. But I'm still without a shop. I bought a home and I built a shop, and I sold the home to my daughter and son-in-law. And bought another home. So my shop there contains all of my tools and all of my wood. I'm working on my first project. Mount a ceiling fan in the kitchen, but I've made a 2' by 2' ceiling decal to cover the 2' by 2' unpainted section of the kitchen left by removing the light.
Hay it's a beginning.
The woodworking club in VA is not as active as the one in Delaware, but it will get better. I've offered to put on a program on Vacuum Veneering and another on Worksharp Modifications
May you all be blessed in your woodworking skills and keep sharing them to the world.
This is my 13th Anniversary.
and still working it as you can
keep at it
it is what keeps us young and active