Stacks & Stacks

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And there’s much more – but I can’t bear to look.

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About fitz

Editor & content director for Popular Woodworking, ABD PhD focused on early modern drama, freelance content and copy editor/writer, ailurophile
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7 Responses to Stacks & Stacks

  1. Norm Reid says:

    Having moved myself umpteen times, I can relate. My last move–and I do mean my last!–was before I built a basement woodshop. It would be impossible to think about moving now.

    By the way, what happened to that purgative that was supposed to be ingested?

  2. As they say, Just take one step at a time”. After several moves I can relate to your position but “Just take one box at a time”. Just maybe they are marked and identified correctly and helpful for you. What a wonderful feeling it must be for you to get this far after so much.

    anticipation.

  3. rondennis303 says:

    Don’t sweat the small stuff. Enjoy your life and edit your stuff just as tightly as your manuscripts.

  4. bsrlee says:

    Looks a lot like my home, only I’m not moving ;-0

  5. toolnut says:

    One bite at a time.

  6. ewingda says:

    I feel your pain! My move to BOS was just before the 2 blizzards and we lived in a rental house for 4 months. And yes, per your note – the cost is MUCH higher than Indy. So we moved 2x in 4 months. My Sawstop was in pieces but I could see the red logo begging to be put to use!

    We bought in NH in April and have been settling in….but still boxes and stacks. I manged to reassemble most tools but sawstop still needs to be aligned. Moving all that lumber that I got at Midwest in Cinci twice sucked – it takes up much of the floor in the storage part of the basement. I guess I need to get to work building!

    Best wishes Fitz. Hope to see you again at some sawdust joint. U going to LN summer open house?

    Dave

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