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New user from the Syracuse, NY area. I've long wanted to do much more with woodworking than I've been able to, and now that my family's moved to a house with both a decent garage and a decent basement to work in, maybe I will. My tools and skills are both fairly limited right now... planning on making my son a loft bed, and myself a workbench. Other miscellaneous interests include morris dancing, martial arts, games and puzzles, genealogy, science fiction, and music.
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Welcome from another Syracuse.....a tad further west and one heckuva lot smaller.
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