|Norm Talks The Future|
David: I found this one part very interesting and hoping it to come true. See what you think.
Of course the obvious question is, Why give up on a highly-rated show that continues to inspire woodworkers of all abilities in nearly every part of the globe? Norm didn't come right out and say it, but after 20 years of making furniture for The New Yankee Workshop and 30 years of doing carpentry on This Old House, Norm gave the impression he simply wants to work a little less and instead focus on his own projects. He made mention of building a home workshop, that may or may not become a television series. He thought he'd like to build a green home. And he plans to continue his involvement with Old Sturbridge Village, hopefully inspiring young people to take a greater interest in history.
Impressed by the outpouring of support for Norm on the Fine Woodworking website, Sue Roman, President of Taunton Inc. thought we should give Norm a keepsake with some of the kind words written by his fans.
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