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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Went snowboarding last week, finished the open vase, making an axe handle with leopard print veneer, and working on a mirror frame with a bunch of facets.
Sean – Made the leg assemblies for the tv stand.
Grant – Installed the cabinets and teaching classes.
Main Topic – Listener Questions
What we are watching/listening to:
Sean – JRE Podcast with Robert Downey, Jr., Step Brothers and Dave Chapelle (Netflix)
Kyle – You (Netflix)
Grant – The Wire
Listener Questions, Email, Tweets, and Comments:
One thought on “Episode 201: The “Fixer Upper” of Woodworking Podcasts”
2/23/20 Hi Guys. Your podcast is the best. The information and banter makes me smile and laugh out loud while listening on my daily walks. On a recent episode Grant was lamenting that he didn’t feel he was teaching others and I must insist he was wrong. His doubting makes him human and lets us listeners know that we are not alone. I have picked up many ideas from him and the crew. If you touch one of us you touch more than you know and that’s for all of us listeners. Sometimes that one bit of information you pass on will click with one of us and inspire us to use it in our next project. Even mistakes help us mere mortals out here. Keep up the great work!
A devoted listener, Ken Kroner from Cincinnati OH