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post #1 of 7 Old 02-08-2016, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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Hello Fellow Woodworkers,

I took a woodworking class back in high school and loved it. I was completely hooked, but then I graduated from high school, went to college, got a job and had no time/access to woodworking for years. Now that I have a house, I've been slowly making my partial basement into a workshop. Sadly, I'm having to mostly re-learn everything about woodworking. The internet is a great resource! I'm hoping to learn even more form all of you. Are there any other Ohioans on here?

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Northeast Ohio here, 1/2 hour from Lake Erie. Welcome,
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Welcome here to this friendly WW forum, where there is always room for one more. IMO, once you get "hooked" on woodworking, it never goes away! Consider getting some basic woodworking books that have easy projects/plans requiring a few tools to help in your "relearning" process. Always get the best "toys" you can that will fit your budget AND your work area. How you choose to make your sawdust - enjoy your stay, and be safe. Go Bucks!
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Grew up in Youngstown and lived there for 30 years but moved to Oregon for a job recently. Go buckeyes!
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My wife is from the Youngstown area!

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