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Basically, I learned woodworking from my grandfather. He was a master carpenter who built and repaired clocks, mainly grandfather clocks. I watched him for years in his shop, and finally joined him out there and let him teach me to use his tools. He recently passed away, but left me his tools and his lessons.

I have set up a nice little workshop and I think I finally have it arranged about how I want it. I don't feel like I am up to building what we built together just yet, so I am trying to find my own niche.

It is amazing how much I didn't realize I hadn't asked him. Thank goodness for the Internet and forums like this.
 

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Sorry to read about your lost... but welcome to the forum. This is a great place to learn what you forgot to ask so don't be shy. We have 4 sons and 5 grand daughters and I would love to teach them woodworking. Maybe someday...
 

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