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On the bank's green edge...

Saw a book at the library the other day – Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do – but I didn’t take it home. 189 more words


some leftover photos & more

I took today off, which means I only did woodworking for half the day so far. A few things rambling around during the last week. We made it out to the beach the other day for the first time since the winter hit hard. 358 more words


Carving Spoons

The tranquility of our neighbors lovely tree lined drive was thrashed by a vicious ice storm several years ago, leaving one particular black cherry tree deformed and topless. 158 more words

I don’t know how to juggle for real

but I do it with oak all the time. I have three active oak projects going right now. Active means I’m working on them all at once. 389 more words


Ready to Launch!

As Spring splutters in so the doors open on the quiet industriousness of our amazing volunteers over the winter. More than 150 tools have been restored, catalogued, labelled and mounted onto shadow boards ready for borrowing by the public. 166 more words

My New Garden Bench

So if you have read some of my other posts and pages on here, you’ve probably concluded that I don’t sit still very often, especially in the garden and I decided it was time to make a small, simple seat that would also be functional, like a saw trestle and not cost the earth. 572 more words

Wood Carvings

not oak, Buteo instead

I’m back from the first weekend of the chest class – and it went very well. Now I have to plane a slew of oak, like the students were doing all weekend. 107 more words