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Wildflower Seed on the Sand and Stone

This summer has been filled with mental breaks as I gear up for my next big project: The Dining Room table. I spent some time with the girls and knocked out some stuff for the house and garden. This project … Continue reading

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Love Thy Neighbor

With the dresser safely in the rear view mirror, I’m ready to move on.  Today’s post is a first in a series of catching you up on few side projects I cooked up and some I still have cooking. I … Continue reading

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Fall Fun

Multitasking gets a bad rap. I was always the kid with headphones on listening to music while walking to class, playing Nintendo, or just about anything else that let me. As the gray hair count increases I find myself listening … Continue reading

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Those Who Can, Teach

My local club asked me to teach a class a few weeks ago. I was both excited and honored. We settled on a basic cutting board class as it was geared toward those who’ve never attempted a woodworking project or touched … Continue reading

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22 Hours in Covington: WIA 2016

Every year when the announcement for WIA comes out I get excited. When the announcement says it’s in Cincinnati I get more excited because it’s an easy four hour drive. I always want to go but it’s tough to justify … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Best (For Woodworkers)

As you may have guessed from the sudden uptick in posts, I was on the road recently for work. My travels brought me to Seattle. With the help of Marilyn over at She Works Wood, I was able to explore … 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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