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Wood shopWith Hurricane Sandy marching like a freight train toward the eastern seaboard of the US, I'm reminded of the years I spent living near the Florida coast. I was always floored by the lengths that local TV news would go to hype a storm that was over 1000 miles away in the Atlantic on the off chance that it might get close to the area.

However, Hurricane Sandy is different. There's no doubt that this storm will impact a lot of people, and for those who are unprepared, it could be a costly few days.

At times like these, I'm reminded of the importance of having a disaster plan, not only for your family, but also for your investment in woodworking tools. If you are in the path of the storm, or just want to be prepared for the next possible threat, be it from a hurricane, tornado, earthquake or other unforeseen event, read about how you can implement a Woodshop Disaster Plan, to be prepared to protect your tools and accessories from the unexpected (or, in the case of Hurricane Sandy, the expected).

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