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I’m working REALLY hard getting ready for Woodworking in America Pasadena.  I think PW has given me a great opportunity to share 18th century woodworking with woodworkers on the West coast, whom I feel typically don’t get good access to anything 18th century.

Years ago, I suggested a “Colonial Williamsburg Road Show”.  Essentially, taking the craftsmen from Wmburg on the road to do what they do for people all across our great country. I think it’s a cool idea that didn’t and probably couldn’t happen.  And while I don’t work for CW, never have, and don’t even consider myself in the same league as the craftsmen there, I think this is my opportunity to try my idea out. I’m giving 3 talks and I plan to focus each on exploring 18th c work.

Like my articles, my talks usually have a couple different subjects intertwined.  One such talk we’re calling “18th c Tips and Tricks” will be my counter to what I see as increasingly industrialized hand tool woodworking (i.e.


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