A fun trip
Many of you know that my wife is quite the comedian. Yesterday I took her to the Atlanta Airport for her flight to Chicago.
She's been requested to do "the roast" for her brother's retirement party. She read it to me a couple of days prior and it is hilarious!
I guarantee people from the audience will be rolling in the floors laughing...She can tell ANY STORY and make it funny.
In the Atlanta Metro Area we are blessed with a number of great stores in which one may be able to browse and purchase woodworking tools and supplies at very fair prices. I've been to and done business with ALL OF THE STORES!
But there is one that stands FAR ABOVE any other store that I've ever visited and that is Highland Woodworking in Downtown Atlanta.
Joy and I reside in the northeasterly direction above Atlanta - about 45 miles from the state capital. Atlanta traffic is constantly ranked as one of the worst in the country (I do believe this to be true), so heading home from the airport I had to get on the "connector" which is the "Siamese Expressways" of I-75 and I-85. Not too far north of the I-20 intersection one of the exits is "Freedom Parkway" and that's where I made my decisive move. From that exit, it's an easy 15-20 minutes to Highland Woodworking. And let me tell you guys and gals something:
Visiting there is a trip you will never forget! It's like a museum of Woodworking History with Art, Photos and Vintage tools on the walls and in very nicely made display cases. Google HighlandWoodworking and look at the online photos and keep-in-mind that they do a tremendous amount of business online and have unbelievable guarantees of customer satisfaction.
I hereby promise that nobody asked me to do this write-up, but I'm looking at some of the items purchased yesterday and thought, "More people need to know about this super-cool store!"
Oh yeah, by the way - this is their 40th anniversary and I got some very good deals.
Otis Guillebeau from Auburn, Georgia
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