Retirement living for woodworkerscomments (5) June 29th, 2009 in blogs
A reader e-mailed this morning to ask for help in finding a retirement community that maintains a woodshop for its residents. He's 68 and describes himelf as a very serious hobbyist woodworker. His note started me thinking that there are probably plenty of folks looking to downsize but who don't want to give up their shop.
At any rate, I know of two places that fit his description - one in Southbury, CT and another in Fort Myers, Fla.
But I also told him that I would throw the question open to readers here. How about it folks? Does anyone know of a community with a good shared shop? Please post your comments here with any information you might have. The resulting list could be a great resource for our reader and perhaps others like him.
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