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I am not much of a woodworker, more a handyman than anything. My father was doing some chip carving as he was retiring from the education profession. He gave me some great knives and other things before he passed away. Not much time for me to do anything because of my busy work schedule.

I work in manufacturing currently and have been doing wood and metal work for about 35 years as a hobby. I have built cars, motorcycles, street rods as hobbies. More into bicycles again. Now I am rebuilding others junkers into bikes I give to people in need.

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Welcome to the forum. Let's see some pics of some of your woodworking. We love pics.

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My woodworking pictures would be of my sunroom which is 12 x 20 with a 10 x 12 deck on the same level, which then drops down 5 steps to a 10 x 30 deck facing my backyard, which then has a 12 step drop to a brick walk way that I put down into another brick walk way, that leads to a water feature 4' deep pond and a 16' circular brick patio. All of the brick was repurposed from a chimney that I took off of the house before I put the sun room addition on. Next to the 16' patio is a 14' round x 42" high pool and on the east side of that is an 8' x 14' deck to sit beside the pool.
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