The new job has been almost a year and a half now and I've been so busy. I have traveled to so many new places and met so many new people.I still have many more places to go so I guess I'll be busy for quite some time. I have sold several pieces of filing(sharpening) equipment to many sawmills and also a few saw shops. I just installed a top & face grinder this week in Timmins Ontario and it went real smooth.Next week will be the Montreal Woodshow and I hope to make some connections there also. This time last year I was heading to Virginia by car to the pallet convention in Richmond, this year my co worker from Atlanta will be there. I have been to so many places I had never been, Detroit, Chicago, all over Michigan, and Wisconsin, Milwaukee tools is my favorite. Sold several machines in Maine , N.H. & VT. I haven't had the time to do much woodworking but I did make some changes in my shop. I sold my lathe for a HEALTHY profit and added a few greenbacks to buy a CNC small but good to start and get to know more about it. With Covid I stopped giving classes and with insurance rates so high, I don't know if I will ever give more courses. I wish you all the best and hope to find more time to get back on here, I miss it.Cheers
Glad to hear you're doing well. Before I had to retire, I traveled all over the USA and a few times overseas to lead seminars. But I often got to travel with my wife, then my daughter. Keep us up to date on your CNC.
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