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    I run a small wood shop in my garage and make custom tables and can do some other stuff.

    I have build things like a gorrilla rocking horse, 4'x8' teardrop camper, gaming tables, farmhouse dining tables, mudroom benches, laundry cabinets, etc.

    You can see my website at www.swanktables.com It's still pretty new and I'm adding content to the site as I go.
            

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    Nice work! My goal this winter is to build my own kitchen cabinets. Hoping they turn out 1/2 as good as the work you have done.
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    Nice work. I like that you bothered to bring the table outside for an overall nicer photo.

    The trailer behind the vehicle - Petrified Forest area?
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    Jim previously posted:
    "Nice work. I like that you bothered to bring the table outside for an overall nicer photo.

    The trailer behind the vehicle - Petrified Forest area?"

    We had just climbed out of Prescott and we're headed SW into the desert on out way to LaJolla.

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    Swank1975 previously posted:
    "We had just climbed out of Prescott and we're headed SW into the desert on out way to LaJolla."

    We passed through Prescott a few days ago.

    LaJolla is a nice town! Thought of retiring there until I looked at housing prices!

    Do you do more common tables? I need a couple odd sized ones.
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    I do whatever basically. Simple farmhouse, square, gaming, etc. It's a hobby/job for now. My primary gig is working with the wife at our Dental office.

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    I'll get some dimensions when we get back to town, maybe we can work something out!
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    Cool I appreciate the opportunity.

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    Swank1975 previously posted:
    "Cool I appreciate the opportunity."

    I haven't forgotten about this Mike, Xmas & upcoming surgery are a priority right now.

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    Swank1975 previously posted:
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    I haven't forgotten about this Mike, Xmas & upcoming surgery are a priority right now.

    I also forgot how much my wife likes Xmas gift buying for the grandkids!

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    Here's a table I finished up in December. Finally got better pictures of it.
             

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    nice work

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