Here's a video of Pastor Ed and me a few years back when we were building the Sierra Lodge.
I can tell you mockers out there that if we were to have this competition today, I can out-hammer Pastor Ed any time...
And if some might point out that it's because Pastor Ed now has carpel tunnel on his wrists, I would answer, "And your point is?..."
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Pastor Ed Kang vs. Daniel
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This was from the very early days of Sierra Lodge construction. Since then, Daniel has improved in his carpentry, most notably, in the crucial skill of pulling out bent nails. He's acknowledged as the best in the use of the "cats-claw" tool for pulling out tricky bent nails. Me, I still have not mastered this skill yet for lack of opportunities to use the cats claw much. Carpel tunnel or no, I can still beat Daniel.
I can testify that Pastor Ed is one of the best carpenters in all of Gracepoint (Berkeley and Davis; there's no need to include Austin since Manny is your league). Pastor Ed designed the very first Dana House bunk beds back in late 1980's and we had some sweet fellowship building those antiques together. BTW, our church never used a cats-claw, kitty-claws, or dogs-claw for that matter. We just ate bear claws from time to time, but those days are long gone...
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