Is There Help?
Well, I have been with LumberJocks for a solid week and I am just thoroughly addicted. I often check in during the day when I take a break from the shop, and I can’t wait to get home from the jobsite to check in on the postings and comments.
“Do the clients have a computer I can get on? Do they have wireless available? Focus Todd! Focus!”
More to Come
I have plenty to share, and just as important – to learn. I have great experience, but sharing challenges what I think I know, and I am already getting a different angle and perspective on many things. Thanks guys.
No not really, what malice could be held toward Martin for all his hard work. He has made great improvements that have directly affected me. Being self-employed has given me a great appreciation for other’s talents. Thanks Martin, you’re my hero. (Cheering, banners waving, confetti flying.)
I am becoming not just a better woodworker, but a computer savvy wizard (yeah right). Seriously, I am challenged to figure things out on the computer and it really is helping me. Thanks to the guys that have given tech support, I just need a little time to sit down and apply it.
No Workie, No Eatie
I need to get out to the shop and start working on my current project. I am working on a piece for a “green” building exhibit to be shown in the Yellowstone Art Museum here in Billings, a very prestigious venue for my work. As I understand it will be shown in Missoula? I’m not sure. Anyway, the table is made of environmentally sustainable and friendly products. I am taking pix as I go so I plan on posting them. I intend to figure out how to get the photos into the blog for real, no cheating (you gotta admit I improvise well). The table will feature curved legs and I would like to share that and some thoughts on design, not just technique.
Elvis Has Now Left The Building
-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana, http://americancraftsmanworkshop.com