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1. Finish paying off my new house, (in just a few months).
2. Finally build a real workshop.
3. Put the past behind me...
4. Build some house projects, small furniture pieces.
5. Truly start to enjoy my life, family, and good friends.

Not too shabby
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I want to build some basement storage cabinets, much like kitchen ones only not as fancy. That's gonna have to wait until the weatherman starts talking nicely to me.

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A simple cutting board with 144 pieces. Hope it turns out. ��
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Thinking of taking a class somewhere.
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Chess table, I have been planning it for only 48yrs, started it today. Will have to see what happens. Oh and I have to finish a built for my quilter wife.
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For right now, most put on the back burner, so I can start on making a camper out of my "new" 1997 Dodge extended top van, the one with seven foot of headroom. Hehehe
We want to see pictures and you redo your van.

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Thinking of taking a class somewhere.
Salsa or ballet?
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Rehang the shop doors again so they don't drag when they are opened.
Finish cutting down some trees that I topped to get them out of my internet sight line. I'll have to see if there any pieces I want to keep for turning projects in a few years. Add the rest to my rabbit habitat.
Get extra autos fixed up and sold.
This is for Rick "Get the insulation out of the storeroom and install it in my shop"
Rebuild front porch and put railings up on the back deck.
Put up a fence for the dogs.

Also I want to get some shop time for my project designs that just keep building up on my computer.
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Build a new coffee table, buffet, storage cabinet, blanket chest....... Oh! What do *I* want to do? Sorry, I thought this list was "what does my wife want me to do"

Heh.

Those are my new projects, and I'll get to try new things while doing it. That's why I built the router table and put a new router in it, and bought a nailgun too for bits 'n' bobs.

A year to learn is my aim. And if I'm honest, I find it invigorating.
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We want to see pictures and you redo your van.
I want to see pictures too. I had Polaroid Instant Memories on my laptop, to unload pictures from my camera. Camera takes great pictures, but the laptop apparently swallowed my software, and can't unload pictures anymore. Still working on the problem.

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Call me a craftsman, artisan, or artistic, and I will accept that. Call me an artist and you will likely get a quite rude comment in return. I am not a @#$%ing artist.
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