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Woodworking PodcastShopNotes Podcast Ep007: Evolving as a Woodworker (2/21/2020)

ShopNotes Podcast Ep007: Evolving as a Woodworker (2/21/2020)

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On this week’s episode of the ShopNotes Podcast the guys share what is going on in their own workshops. Plus, they talk a little about their woodworking journeys and how the tools and techniques they’ve used have evolved over time. During this discussion, Logan is faced with his tool hoarding complex of the past, and how he fights a constant struggle against relapse.

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  1. my favorite podcast so far because it made me remember what I told myself the day I cleared out space in the basement to create a woodworking shop. Woodworking for me really is a journey and I have evolved so much over the years. I'm not a master at anything, and I've never made a perfect dovetail joint like I thought I would. But, I love what I do and continue to find little niches to explore all the time. I don't care if I ever master anything, but I've never been happier!

  2. I enjoy your chat sessions, but would prefer to see each of you "working" in the workshop. I am sure you would be able to demonstrate many interesting woodworking techniques and avoiding common errors as made by less professional woodworkers.

  3. I always enjoy your YouTube show. However, please have all participants speak directly into the microphone. Thank you

  4. I see you are taking the lead of your president and NOT practicing safe distancing to avoid the COVID 19 virus ….amazingly disappointing

  5. I used a 10" radial arm saw. I got it free used it for about 1year before motor locked up. I liked it but not sure if I will get another. Happy to have chance to use it.

  6. So my question is what's the deal with Nick starting his own show with the same name as a podcast he guest starred on?


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