I have been involved in the lengthy process of doing the finish carpentry of a new house we had built in the vacation land of Minnesota. It was built on land we purchased many years ago and have now retired to. The most challenging part up until n...
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Location: Menahga , Minnesota
Since the age of eight or so when I first set chisel to wood I loved building things. I'm mostly self taught , and sometimes it shows , but that hasn't stopped me . After a stint in the Air Force , college and getting a family started , I was once again jumpstarted into woodworking by watching Norm Abram . I figured, if he could do it , so could it so could I . I'm a big fan! I'm retired, with a nice sized and outfitted wood shop , I finally have the time to do and build the things I've been destined to do. Presently, I'm doing all the finish carpentry in a new home we've recently built . The style is a combo of Arts and Crafts and mission. Hoping to learn more from watching Waldschrat , he appears to be a very promising craftsman.
-- Tom, Minnesota ,http:www.jackpine workshopTom.com