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2 hours ago, Omobono said:

Interesting insights into lives of the contributors here.

Congratulations. Martin, on your move and hope your impending 'decrepitude' is not all that imminent, Jeffrey. :P

Nice studio. Whose portrait is on the wall with the massive viola or baby cello?


It's a woodblock print of Paul Hindemith by an east coast artist named Dan Miller.

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On 9/9/2018 at 10:37 PM, Jeffrey Holmes said:

Sounds fantastic!  Thank you.  If in the midwest US, same goes. I've been a bit busy in that department myself. I also have cooking capacities in the shop.  Didn't think I'd care about that aspect,, but I find it very handy. Building things up while trying to run a business is challenging, but worth it!

Front room and deck:




Nice front deck,  with a top desk ;) To put a violin on,  the legs of the desk are  one of the best designed ;) 

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On 9/17/2018 at 4:21 AM, jacobsaunders said:

Does your cleaning lady let you plane any wood, or heaven forbid, shoot a Cello fingerboard at your bench, next to a carpet?

I vacuum regularly, Jacob.  :-)  There is another work area that tends to collect ore wood chips, but I do have a tendency to keep things clean.

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