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My Grandfathers business receipt. 

     I was about 4 years old when I started "helping" in my Grandfathers shop. 

     It didn't matter what someone brought in, he would work on it. The receipt implies that he worked only on metal, but he also made and repaired baby cribs, rocking chairs and doll houses. 

     I spent most of my summer when I was 6 years old standing on a milk crate wearing safety glasses, a small leather apron and gloves wood turning pieces of 1 X 1 and 2 X 2 pine into legs, spindles, and stretchers to make teaparty tables and chairs for 4 or 5 of my female first cousins. A small rocker, a table and 4 straight back chairs in each set. Each one sized more or less to match the size/age of the girl.

     There were also parts for a couple baby cribs and high chairs. I had been sworn to secrecy and really didn't know what I was doing until I saw them all given as Christmas gifts that year.

My grandfather also did sharpening and he had something like this in his shop. It was off in the corner and I never saw him use it but he did use other electric powered machines.

 

I also basically never say it "can't be fixed" until I have tried to fix it.