Hello from Washington State

Tim
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Hi everyone,
I just found this site and wanted to say hello. I am not new to woodworking. I have been doing handyman type things on the side for more than 25 years. I prefer to make things than fix things especially now that my knees aren’t so young and doing flooring or things like that don’t interest me anymore.

I’ve made a few pieces of furniture and really enjoy just making the smaller type items (cutting boards, etc..) which I do every year for Christmas. The rest I sell here and there as time and my day job permit.

I really look forward to learning from many of you. Looking through the gallery of creations, I am just amazed at the talent. It humbles me.

Regards,
Tim

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Hello from California and welcome Tim.

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Welcome from Texas. Settle in and enjoy the ride.

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Welcome from Wenatchee! Glad to see another Washingtonian here.

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Welcome Tim- Spokane Valley here.

Welcome!

CHRIS, Charlottetown PEI Canada. Anytime you can repurpose, reuse, or recycle, everyone wins!

Hello and welcome from Desert Aire, Washington.

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Note: Each of the aforementioned are in the country known as Washington

Your time spent woodworking on the side while holding a day job parallels my woodworking early on, for about 20 years. It gave me something to look forward to after work and make a few dollars on the side. You can defiantly learn skills from people on this site, they are the best!

CHRIS, Charlottetown PEI Canada. Anytime you can repurpose, reuse, or recycle, everyone wins!

Hello from Wales! Welcome aboard.

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Hello from Houston. Washington is a beautiful state.

Mike C.

Hello from Montana, I look forward to seeing your projects…

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