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Dark_Lightning

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#1 posted 06-17-2015 11:40 PM

I had the opposite problem for many years- woodworking when I could, and home remodeling/repair as the main course. I’m retired now, and the “home” work actually increased, we (read, I) are fixing up my mother-in-law’s house to rent out. Relentless work. I did manage to get enrolled in a wood carving class, so I’m off the hook two mornings a week. I’m seeing the light at the end of the tunnel on the repairs, too. Once that’s done, it’s going to be more woodworking. I at least squeezed in a chest for my tools, recently. It is a test mule, and a precursor for what I hope will be the final iteration, but I’m not casting that in cement. It’d be a shame to have to build yet another chest, lol.

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