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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    tequila and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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  • Do what you love - Robin Wood
    and a drinking bird on Lake Superior Because that had to have been doing what you loved Reply Ed Iglehart December 26 2015 at 8 25 pm YUP Reply Lance December 26 2015 at 10 38 pm Love Love Love It s All You Really Need Reply David Woodward December 27 2015 at 5 40 am Hi Robin All my life I have never made money my goal I have tried to teach my children that in this life we need to do the things that bring contentment what ever kind of work we choose we need to get job satisfaction I went to Art college But although I enjoy Art drawing and painting I never went down that road I have spent my time in woods and workshops In my younger days felling timber right through the sixties and into early eighties I worked felling and milling timber Turning was something I done in wet weather to subsidise my income Selling the things I turned at craft fairs and to gift shops But I got more and more involved with my woodturning That s where I ve been ever since 1980 I have enjoyed every day and now I see every day has a bonus Never made much money Just enough to pay my way and keep the wolf from the door but then there s no pockets in a shroud Even the rich can t do much with there money once they are gone Live life to the full Have some laughter be kind to others be happy Its going by far to quick it now is the time to get fulfilment be content and enjoy the moment You take care My best wishes to you and all for the coming New year and hopefully a good many more to come Reply Leroy Anderson December 27 2015 at 6 43 pm Robin I agree with you whole heartedly I will soon be 72 and about 30 years ago I quit a good job that kept in in an office It took me a year and a half to spend the retirement that I had accrued I then spent the next few years finding out what I wanted to do I now do the things that matter to me and make things that fulfill my soul To me doing what you love is the only way to go Reply Mike Taylor January 2 2016 at 4 25 pm Happy New Year Robin Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend I changed my life completely two and a half years ago Left a well paid job to do something I longed for I now work as a coppice worker pole lathe turner gardener sometimes Never regretted it for a second I spend time with my family and friends a luxury I missed I live a simple life now I want for nothing I grow as much food as I can I love my life Money will not bring

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