Monthly Archives: January 2014

Soundtrack to My Shop

The great thing about the internet is you get surprised by how many people are just like you. Any feelings of isolation or anxiety for being odd (or unique as your mom used to say) are whisked away when you … Continue reading

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Mixing Business With Pleasure

It’s good to know I can still get a brief woodworking fix while working at CES 2014. Here is what I found at the Gibson booth…along with some cool guitars to jam on while take a quick break. #rockon   … Continue reading

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Chests: A Place to Store Your Heart

I do not come from woodworking lineage. My dad wasn’t overly handy. While growing up, I recall most things either went unfixed or someone else was called to remedy the situation. My grandfather worked as a maintenance man and was … Continue reading

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Catching You Up and Plans for 2014

I took most of December off from larger project to focus on Christmas gifts and spend time with the family. Between trips for work and pleasure, shoveling snow, holiday parties, wrapping presents, carpentry projects, and waiting for finishes to cure, … Continue reading

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