While we started off the conversation with a lengthy announcement about the TSDC Spring 2009 30-Day Build Challenge, Erik, Pete, Neil and I quickly got into many varying topics of woodworking and wound up eventually waxing a bit philosophic. There were quite a few times when we either got off topic, or one of the people on the call wanted us to remove something that was said, so if it seems as though we spliced a conversation together, that’s what happened. We didn’t put words in anyone’s mouth by splicing the stuff together. In fact, in some cases, the entire dialog was removed.
Also, one note about the episode. Pete’s Internet connection was having a slight problem and his audio kept getting lost. So if you here 1 or 2 second gaps in the audio while Pete’s talking, that’s the reason.
The main purpose for the timing of this episode, though, was to kick off the build challenge. As soon as you get a chance, listen to this show, in 2 or 3 parts, and go to http://thesawdustchronicles.com and check out the rules for the 30-day build challenge. We REALLY need applicants for this contest, and there are great prizes for the winners. The first 10 applicants will receive prizes.
Thanks for listening, and enjoy!
OK, I know that the audio ended kind of abruptly, but the conversation kind of drifted off and ended with our wives coming in and pulling us away from our computers.
Ok, maybe it was just my wife doing that… Anyway, if you would like to get in touch with either Erik or myself, please send us an email at email@example.com. If you’d like to comment on this episode, please go to the podcast’s website at http://thesawdustchronicles.com.
And, if you’d like to enter the contest, PLEASEPLEASEPLEASE go to thesawdustchronicles.com, and follow the links to the TSDC Spring 2009 Build Contest, and email us a completed entry application. Since, to this date, there is only one contestant, we REALLY need more of you to enter just to claim all of the prizes. So, a contingency for this contest, if we don’t receive enough applications from beginners, is to give away the major prizes to the more experienced contestants too.