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    sept2008-sept2009

    Ive been busy learning. These are just some of the things Ive built the past 12 months.
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    not following any order other than they were all built within the past 12 months.
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    some more....and I made at least a dozen adirondack chairs, candle holders, built a new bench with mitre bench for shop, ripped out tons of shop cabinets, built lumber storage area. built rolling cabinet with drawers for shop, built lathe stand. Its been a good year for building.
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    So do you realize that you build more stuff in a month than many of us build in a year? Slow down, man. You're making us all look bad.

    Seriously, that's an impressive portfolio of work. It's been fun watching you learn and seeing your skills improve along the way. You've come a long way, bud.
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    busy bee... keep it up allen!
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    If I get 1 project done every 6 weeks or so I think I've done well. Nicely done Allen.

    My grandson would like me to make him a chess board care to share your plans?
    Those chairs are fantastic
    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    You're a machine, Allen, a machine.
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    WOW!

    A project finished every six weeks? How many hours do you devote dayly to WW? and on weekends?
    Best regards,
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    oh yeah, and one pen

    toni, I calculated the amount of chairs and boards, candle holders, etc........vs. the 1000 days approx Ive been doing woodworking, counting each chair as an indivual item, I estimated I complete one project every 2-3 days overall average.(ofcourse, I build 6 candle holders in 3 hours, but I averaged it all)

    Im semi retarded , ooooopss, I mean semi retired so I have alot of free time, my kids arent around much or need me for much, my wife works full time, and Im too ugly to have a girlfriend, so woodworking keeps me busy.
    Last edited by allen levine; 10-02-2009 at 08:15 PM.

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    Allen your missing the mahogany buffet that you built. It's hard to believe it's been a year cause I joined the forum this past March? and I seem to remember most of these projects.

    I really enjoy watching the progress you've made and your fearless attitude about being willing to try to build anything and post it no matter how it comes out. Which by the way it always comes out excellent!

    My hats off to you Allen. Keep it up!

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