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Location: Danville Arkansas
Hard to determine my skill set but let's just say i had to take a few years off for a few overseas "tours"...I guess you could say I am an experienced beginner. Having fallen back in love with this Craft long ago,Now at almost 30 with so much behind me and hopefully much more in front , I am Looking to start the Buisness side of things, However,hurdles must be jumped and hoopes passed through, I will settle for nothing less than my best effort and strongest determination.
I have been fortunate enough to have a partner who supports me although doesn't quiet understand how I can devote so much time to reading,podcasting,staring at tools and pics of wood and furniture,but she does back me up.I havent established a stand alone shop yet, Wanting a 30' x 55', i do however have another luxury,a condo with plenty of space right outside my front door,in an upstairs loft,i think the measurments are 17'x65',anywho. I am not traditional by handworking materials, i am a powertool guy primarily, however this is not good enough for me. Long have I seen the perks of both and i am becoming more fascinated with what plays where when it comes to mixing and matching hand and power tools. I have to admit it I am A Huge fan of all things woodworking,shows especially and got started by watching Norm,Now its Good Guy Marc Spagnuolo AKA The wood whisperer, David Marks,James Krenov,Sam Maloof and ironically about a million unknown ww whose work has inspired me.So any way thanks to all who do this craft,and for inspiring me to be a part of it. I seek knowledge from you,in return i promise my best use of it. Thanks, C.A.
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