Updated 06/11/2018: Heading to Portland for the AAW (American Associan of Woodturners) symposium. Check back for updates from the show!
Old news: In September 2012, I had a lathe accident that left me with little vision in my left eye and some lingering cognitive challenges. For details about the accident and my recovery, please click on the “Accident & recovery” link above; the saga begins with the post dated September 28, 2012). You can also read about it in an article I wrote for American Woodturner, called “Safety Matters: From the Eye of a Survivor” (published in June 2014; supplement available here).
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