Sunday, September 10, 2006


Ever since moving to Washington, DC I have not had much of a chance to do any woodworking since my work shop is still in Lansdale, PA. I am currently working on figuring out a way to find space to move and set up my shop closer to my my current home.

I can not tell you how hard it is not to have my work shop. I'm sure some fellow woodworkers know the feeling. So far I have filled my woodworking need by designing my next projects in a 3d modelling program called Sketchup. It's not helping much but at least I'll be prepared for when I do get my shop set up.

For now, a few coworkers and I have signed up for a woodworking class in through Arlington Adult Education in VA. We've had one class so far and I have to tell you if it wasn't for wanting to take the class with some friends, I would have signed up for the advanced class. The first classes are going to be going over a lot I already know. Hopefully I will still learn something I have missed by being self taught.

Well hopefully I will get a few readers who will enjoy checking out my progress on both the shop and my future projects. I know I get a kick out of reading about other's woodworking adventures on the web.

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