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In this issue:

  • packing the shop
  • new and for sale
  • NEW: take a bow
  • woodworking classes
  • on a personal note- moving
  • final words

  • packing the shop

    moving shop
    Need I say more?

    It has been a chore - to put it mildly - to get the shop ready to pack up. I had a big project I was working on up until last week. I tried a couple times to pack a tool, but regardless of what it was I needed it as soon as the box was sealed, so I gave up.

    I have one more quick job to do, then I'm packing up everything.

    New & For Sale

    PLEASE NOTE: Due to our upcoming move everything is packed away so I won't have anything for sale online for a while.

    Thanks for your patience.

    NEW: Take a Bow

    I've decided to add a new section for those of you out there who would like to share photos and/or comments about your own work. Unfortunately, I've yet to figure out how to add the actual form to this newsletter, so I have created a link.

    Click here to showcase your woodwork.

    Woodworking Classes

    on hold until further notice. But all you Vermonters, keep an eye out.

    on a personal note -moving

    April 2

    It's official. We signed the P&S last night. The bank appraisal went though and we're in business. Not only that, but the deal was sealed with ... eggs.

    The buyers have chickens and they gave us a dozen and half fresh eggs. Seems appropriate, since the sellers of the land we're buying also have chickens and they gave us ... eggs.

    The final piece of the circle is that when we were staging our house (a whole other story there) the stager and our Realtor brought in some this and that's to put around. One thing that Sandy brought was a life sized ceramic chicken. Char was horrified. I want to ask him if we can keep it. So, it has to be an eggcellant idea to be doing this. Oh, quit yolking around (I'll stop now).

    It's late and I was up all night dreaming about building. Just spent last oh, three hours or so, online investigating prefab homes and geothermal systems. Lots to think about.

    More soon...

    Final Words

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