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I like to tinker in the wood shop. Latest project outside of the boat is one of the old paddles that came with it. Also I build custom tables.
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Nice work man! :beer:
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That is a nice looking table and I like your shop. When we moved to our current house I sold off a lot of my woodworking stuff due to lack of room. I kept the table saw and cut off table figuring it would continue to save me money. Also kept the Oneida dust collector.
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Our house came with a 2800sf shop. About a third is heat and ac. Will spoil you for sure.

BTW.... the tables bought my boat!

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There always seems to be demand for quality work. I used to have random people stop by the old house to ask about me doing project work. I always politely declined (with thanks) because my plate was pretty full with my regular job.
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The price of wood is killing my boat money woodwork. People are getting scared off but I have to follow the wood prices.

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I wonder how much longer before the price of wood starts to come back down.
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Latest table 100+ year old barnwood from their grandpa's barn.
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Better pic....
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Awesome!


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I really like that you kept the mill marks on that barn wood table. That will be a nice keepsake for the family.
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I really enjoyed this one. Hours of dry brush scrubbing to get the cow/horse/rat poopdust off then a full gallon of poly to seal it. So worth it when you see a happy customer.