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Hello Walter
Impressed with the tidiness of your workshop. It has inspired me to keep mine in order now that I have lined it out. Your work, that you have shown, is very precise. Do you think there is any relationship between an orderly workshop and your excellent work? We have all seen examples of untidy shops but excellent work and of course vice-versa. I guess I fall into the category of middling workshop and middling work.
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Hi John

I think there may be a connection. Certainly I am as obsessive about my work as I am about tidiness. If it is not good enough it will just not see the light of day. I am in that respect my own strongest critic. Other people seem to sell stuff that I would consign to the scrap bin.

Thank you for your kind comments

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