Season’s Greetings

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Whatever your persuasion and situation, I wish you all well during the festive season.

Jack Plane

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About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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11 Responses to Season’s Greetings

  1. Katya says:

    Jack, it’s been such a pleasure to read your blog. I was home sick recently and decided to whittle away the time by starting with the beginning entry, Sept. 2009. It’s been thoroughly delightful to learn about the history, the technical efforts and the artistry involved in making a piece of fine furniture, all told with wit and wisdom. It’s as though I’ve taken a course at university but without the horror of having to write a single paper!
    Happy festivities to you, as well.

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    • Brian Lowery says:

      Dear Katya, you did something that I have always wanted to do, but thought it was an almost impossible task. Every time I looked back at some previous article in his blog, I would find I would dig a little deeper and before long many hours would go by and I had only scratched the surface. I won’t ask how many weeks it took you, but congratulations.

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      • Katya says:

        Dear Brian, You just have to wait for an upcoming bout of something debilitating that will render you prone on the sofa, laptop close by, to begin the task. I am actually only up to January, 2012, which was a mighty feat, considering how much napping – not out of boredom or disrespect toward Jack’s ruminations, or mind-blowing achievements – took precedent over reading, while in that unfortunate and feverish state.

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  2. stevenrey56 says:

    Thank you for that, and thank you for all you’re great postings throughout the year. I learn so much.

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  3. All the Best to You Jack in 2017

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  4. Jack – thanks for sharing with us your work and your knowledge. Most appreciated! Here’s to 2017 – may it be a better year than the last.

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  5. And all the best to you too!
    :)

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  6. Paul Murphy says:

    Katya said what many of us are thinking, myself included. Thank you for an excellent and informative blog Jack. May you also have a happy Holiday, and a very happy New Year!

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  7. hbm-la says:

    Good holidays to you kind sir! Thank you for the education. It’s delightful and I do worry about delays–“Is Jack growing tired of all this entertainment?” Hopefully, not!

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  8. millcrek says:

    Jack, I agree with all that’s been said above, Have a good holiday

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  9. tim caveny says:

    And a merry Christmas and happy New Year to you too, Jack

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