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Suggestions for timber framing schools driveable distance from WA?

 
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Location: Acme, WA
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I'm curious to know if anyone has informed opinions on timber framing courses / schools / programs around the PNW, or that are a reasonable-ish drive from northern WA?
 
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perhaps look for some online videos or even a book.
Timber framing is straight forward, once you understand the principles its easy.
As a framer I think an online course would be ok
 
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Yo, I'm also in northern Washington. Just recently found this school in Port Townsend

》https://www.ptwoodschool.org/《

They have a timber framing course in July and a Japanese timber framing course in April that I'm signing up for.
 
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