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hello from canada

hello my name is Andrew , right now I am in college for carpentry.
i don't have much space so i try to stick to smaller projects or accents pieces, like candle holders or candle columns small inlay end tables.
large projects more so in the summer
I am from the Toronto Ontario
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post #2 of 12 Old 01-18-2013, 01:43 AM
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G'day from down under. Some nice work there Andrew. Welcome aboard. That's my middle name btw, should be easy for me to remember.

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Welcome, Andrew, from the other side of the wall.
I can make those things, too. They always look ugly. Always.
Someday, maybe, you can explain how to do it.
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H'lo Andrew and welcome.

Those may be small projects but they're very well done.

Don't sell yourself short.

Large projects are like small projects only bigger.

Good luck with school and keep us posted.

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sleep. Not yelling and screaming like the passengers in his car.

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Welcome aboard. That's some pretty nice work there. Keep up the great work. Looking forward to seeing some of your future projects.

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Welcome to wood talk Andrew. Nice work.

When it's rustic......it's rustic
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G'day from down under. Some nice work there Andrew. Welcome aboard. That's my middle name btw, should be easy for me to remember.

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Cool now we have one more thing on you David Andrew. Laughing!!!!!!

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Cool now we have one more thing on you David Andrew. Laughing!!!!!!
I lived in a town called Horsham for a while, they had a david street and an Andrew street. They crossed over each other. Facing the right way the 2 signs read David Andrew. Panning around was a Realestate agent who went by Walters ( my last name ) if you were good you could get it all in one pic.

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David Andrew Walters. Is that typical Australian name? Don't know to many Aussies other than this guy. Laughing!!!!!

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