I think the NC area would have had to rank as the dominant US-wide
center for the US factory-furniture producers...although it, too, is no
longer what it once was.
I don't think that's what OP had in mind, however... :)
In addition to being in a beautiful part of the state, there are many
excellent cultural opportunities available in the area, as well as numerous
colleges. But to the important question - woodworking related. I know of
two sources in Grand Rapids, though there are probably others (I'm on the
opposite side of the state, and only visit in the GR area):
Wandering around north of Grand Rapids, toward Traverse City, it is possible
to find numerous small lumber operations (or go all the way to TC and take
turning classes from Lyle Jamieson).
Port Huron, Michigan
Welp, the Relo IS going through. Was there this past weekend. Dragged
the wife through Woodcraft and Meynards. . . .
Walk-out basements seem to be RARE, whereas every driveway is paved in
Anywho, love to hear what resources there are aside from the toy stor .
. . er . . . Woodcraft on 28th St.
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