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The Kids Do Woodworking in America 2014

Attending the Woodworking in America conference was a little different for us this year.  My wife and I were both running cameras for various sessions (which got us in free!).  On the first day, my wife ran cameras for Graham … Continue reading

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Getting the Kids Ready for WIA 2014

Since the Woodworking in America conference is going to be a family event for us this year, I thought it best to start getting the kids ready now.  This afternoon, I pulled representative tools out of my tool chest and … Continue reading

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Woodworking in America 2014

Early this summer I started to get e-mail notices about the Woodworking in America conference to be held in September 2014.  The location this year is Winston-Salem, NC.  My wife and I really wanted to go.  First we looked at … Continue reading

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Woodworking in America 2013: Meeting People

The best reason to attend the Woodworking in America conference is to meet people.  Here’s an abbreviated list of some of the woodworkers I met during my two days at the conference.  (Sorry, very few pics.  I was too busy … Continue reading

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Woodworking in America 2013: Highlights

My wife and I spent the last two days at the Woodworking in America convention in the Cincinnati area.   Here are some of my highlights. Peter Follansbee gave a fun, engaging demonstration of Sloyd spoon carving.  In his characteristic … Continue reading

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