New Horizons

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fluteguy18
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New Horizons

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Hi Everyone!
It's not like me to make big announcements or post new topics, but I thought it would be nice to share the new direction I'm going. I've been doing the repair thing for a while and the time has come for me to keep pursuing 'the dream.' I'm moving to northern georgia at Thanksgiving to apprentice with an oboe maker and to also study with a flutemaker nearby in Asheville NC. I'm also going back to school for a degree in CNC Machining.

Big things ahead! Big things! So much to do, so little time.

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Glad to hear that things are looking up for you. Good luck with your new endeavors! :D :D :D

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Glad for you, its very interesting!
Keep us in the loop!

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Love to hear it when people figure out what they really want to do. Kudos and good luck!
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Good skills to learn

Steve

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