|Forum topic by David Craig||posted 11-28-2009 09:52 PM||1495 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
11-28-2009 09:52 PM
Good afternoon fellow LJ’ers. I enjoyed reading the feedback from my last forum question so I thought I would throw another one out there.
How has the internet enhanced your woodworking experience? (Aside from the obvious pleasure that LJ brings ;)
I live in the southeastern LP of Michigan. While Michigan has a very rich supply of natural resources in the UP, I live in a medium sized town and the stores around my area do not supply much in the woodworking area. This would normally limit my choices in blades, supplies, and tools and I have but one friend (though he is the best friend a guy could ever have and has volumes of experience in many things) to seek advice or share information with. The last year, I have seen an incredible expansion in my choices and knowledge just from the online resources available. I get a variety of catalogs from Grizzly, Rockler, Penn State, Woodcraft, and even a few of the smaller businesses where they provide an online catalog which gives me a chance to help the small business owner out some. Now I have LJs to add to that list. I love you guys and gals in that non-touchy, heterosexual, yet non-homophobic, non-sexually discriminate kind of way :)
-- There is little that is simple when it comes to making a simple box.