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Next week I'm moving to Copenhagen, Denmark!, because of a job offer.

So.. it's more than likely that my current woodworking activities will cease, however my father will continue with them here in Argentina.

Never say never anyway!, since I already have the know-how, who knows, maybe I rent/borrow a small place and I keep woodworking .

In any case, it's been a great time of learning and experience, and you played a big role in it, helping and supporting me with every question I had, no matter how silly or dangerous it was .

I know I always say this, but I will be posting pictures of this "yet unknown and mysterious" project I've been working on for the past.. year.

Have a great time!.

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In todays world, having to relocate due to a job offer is usually a very good thing Congrats Pablo...

I think you'll find that no matter where you are, there is always an opportunity to make some sawdust....

enjoy the new adventure
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Best of luck to you there. What a great adventure. It will certainly be a cultural change as well as climate. We've enjoyed sharing woodworking with you and I predict you'll get back to it. Maybe you can send a few pictures when you get there.
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Good luck in Denmark Pablo. You can still keep an eye on this forum from there too.

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Congratulations on the new job, Pablo. I hope you're able to arrange to have a space for woodworking. If so, maybe you'll be able to get your wood and supplies at a much better price. Good Luck!!
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Argentina to Denmark!
Oh man, I hope you have many warm clothes and several umbrellas. For you, it will always be winter.

Good luck on your move. I moved countries 8 years ago so i know what is involved.
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Next week I'm moving to Copenhagen, Denmark!, because of a job offer.

So.. it's more than likely that my current woodworking activities will cease, however my father will continue with them here in Argentina.

Never say never anyway!, since I already have the know-how, who knows, maybe I rent/borrow a small place and I keep woodworking .

In any case, it's been a great time of learning and experience, and you played a big role in it, helping and supporting me with every question I had, no matter how silly or dangerous it was .

I know I always say this, but I will be posting pictures of this "yet unknown and mysterious" project I've been working on for the past.. year.

Have a great time!.
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good luck w/ your new venture...

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Good luck to you and keep in touch. I think you will find the Scandinavian Countries are a gold mine of woodworking knowledge.

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Good luck, and remember we are a friendly place even when someone is not woodworking.
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Congrats Pablo, and good luck with the move and in your new job. And don't forget, this forum is a family, and family's always welcome, whether just passing through or coming to stay.

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