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2013 – A New Season for the Woodworking Shows

Seems like forever since the last woodworking show in Houston last March. Being addicted to all the activity and camaraderie of the show circuit, it would be a long summer and fall before I would get my fix. This last weekend would finally bring relief in Baltimore as the 2013 season kicked off. Adding to the rush is the new schedule, new ownership and, for me, a new presentation. As Ole’ Willie Nelson would say, I’m “On the Road Again”. Read more

Baltimore and the Raven

 

The holiday season, New Years and the bowl games are now just a memory as I begin the winter and spring road trip to the Woodworking Shows. For as long as I can remember, the first show of the year has always been in Baltimore. Even having traveled there many times, I still enjoy this city and the hundreds of years of history in it. Read more

My Kind of Town

This last weekend the Woodworking Show came back to Chicago. Though I really enjoy visiting with woodworkers in venues around the country, I have to admit that it was nice to forgo the probing questions and hands of the TSA people for a 40 minute ride in my own car without having to take off my shoes before I getting in. Still had to stay buckled in and seated until the doors opened, however. Read more

Starting 2011 With A Bang

The 2011 Woodworking Show series opened in Baltimore this last weekend to clear cold skies and the promise of big things. Little did I know that this would start in Annapolis in addition to the show venue in Timonium, Maryland. Read more

A Bit of Italy In Baltimore

Following some really quality family time during the holidays with my children and granddaughters, it took more than a little enthusiasm to get back on a plane and be on the road again. The good news is that I was heading to Baltimore. Read more

 
 
 
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