I started this blog nearly two years ago. I mainly wanted a place to post pictures so people could see the progress of the projects that I was working on for them. I eventually started picking up a few followers and decided to make the blog a bit more instructional, walking people through my projects, mistakes and all.
In the past two years I have made a several friends online that I have had the chance to correspond with, online as well as meet in person, when I have gone to the Woodworking In America conferences. I am always amazed, when I check my blog’s stats and I see that I have some views from a new country that has not visited my site before. I have had views from over half of the countries in the world. Amazing!
About two months ago, I picked up a new follower, Paul from Romania. He saw my post about carving the last supper and sent me a message, asking if he could get a copy of the digital file to try on his CNC. I was happy to share, and I sent him what I had. He sent me a couple of images in return. Yesterday Paul emailed me a few pictures of his successful carve. He has hopes of creating a much larger version, but I think he did a very nice job, so I thought I would share his pictures.
I don’t travel much, and I have never traveled far from where I grew up. I just think it is amazing to hear from people from all over the world. I have picked up followers from the complete opposite end of the globe, and several other countries in between. Thanks for following my blog. I hope there is something useful on it for everyone.