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Hi, thank you for letting me be part of this community. I've been reading a lot of very interesting posts here. I want to learn how to do wood work to do a few projects at home, a new fence and improve my work shop without spending tons of money. I work in Landscaping in Massachusetts, so I do have some available time during the winter to learn a new skill. I'm sure I will be asking a few questions as I go in my new projects.

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Hey, Eglador; welcome!
Yes. Fencing, and deck building. 'Must have' skills in the landscaping business.
My favourite part actually, doing the hardscaping and carpentry. Especially in good weather...kind of sucks in the Winter though.
(Why is it that customers want to do the exterior stuff after September?)
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Hello and welcome to the forum. A wealth of great information here

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