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    Lincoln here telling my story

    Where do you start with a story that spans 2 generations.....

    My dear Daddy was a welder who never stopped welding (God knows I miss him) but went on to do some amazing construction things.

    I grew up with welding I'm my blood....

    My younger years were welding with Daddy. I worked construction and got to do all the welding on a few jobs after HS graduation. I took a few welding classes after HS. I got tired of the road and went to college and changed professions..... I have always kept my Lincoln buzz box and carpentry tools and used them a lot over the years, building my house and fixing a lot of things.

    I don't know where this will lead but after 30 years, in a profession not tied to welding, I just bought a like new Lincoln Ranger and I am putting together a welding set up. I'm still working in my profession, after 30 years, but I'm about to enjoy welding and steel work again !!!!

    We shall see....

    Can't wait to get to know each of you.

    Thanks
    Lincoln

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    Re: Lincoln here telling my story

    Quote Originally Posted by Lincoln View Post
    Where do you start with a story that spans 2 generations.....

    My dear Daddy was a welder who never stopped welding (God knows I miss him) but went on to do some amazing construction things.

    I grew up with welding I'm my blood....

    My younger years were welding with Daddy. I worked construction and got to do all the welding on a few jobs after HS graduation. I took a few welding classes after HS. I got tired of the road and went to college and changed professions..... I have always kept my Lincoln buzz box and carpentry tools and used them a lot over the years, building my house and fixing a lot of things.

    I don't know where this will lead but after 30 years, in a profession not tied to welding, I just bought a like new Lincoln Ranger and I am putting together a welding set up. I'm still working in my profession, after 30 years, but I'm about to enjoy welding and steel work again !!!!

    We shall see....

    Can't wait to get to know each of you.

    Thanks
    Lincoln
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    Re: Lincoln here telling my story

    Welcome to the forum. A lot of have similar paths to welding. Lots of pros and hobby welders here.
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    Re: Lincoln here telling my story

    Welcome! Wishing you much success with your welding undertakings!
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    Re: Lincoln here telling my story

    Lincoln - is your last name Miller? That would be awesome!!!

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