I have been an active woodworker since my retirement from local government in the late 1990's. In my government position I managed the design and construction of major road and bridge improvement projects. That's where I grew to love building things. My woodworking projects are of course much smaller in scale but allow more intimate involvement and go from conception to completion in days/weeks instead of years...and are apolitical.
My woodworking activity is a continuous process. When not working on a commissioned project I keep active with smaller woodcraft/furniture items I sell at the local Farmer's Market and certain galleries.
I am constantly scanning internet sites for interesting designs and subscribe to several woodworking magazine for the same objective. A visit to a new town will find me searching out galleries that include woodcraft displays.
My customers are 100% satisfied. Meaning, no one's every come back to me and told me my work was unsatisfactory or did not perform as expecting. In fact the opposite. Recently a person bought one of my tables thru a local gallery. She liked it so much she asked for another! So I made one very similar and she bought that AND another one I had on display.
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