Time Traveling Through Carpentry Class

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In my junior year of high school, I was in carpentry class. I was lucky to go to one of those awesome, public schools in small-town America where everyone was on a first-name basis, most of the teachers doubled as coaches in some capacity, and we still had woodshop and metal shop classes.

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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