Monthly Archives: March 2014

The A word

I had a wonderful time at Beat Me in St. Louis over the weekend.  Many kind comments were made about my work.  However, the one that really hit home for me was Artist.  I am touched by that term, it … Continue reading

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Old school woodworking, and not so much.

I am fond of old school woodworking techniques.  Last night I raised the grain on a bunch of walnut and maple paddles I am working on.  This evening I spent some time at the workspace I belong to learning to use a … Continue reading

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A Long Day

Today was the first warm day in quite a while.  I ran over to the workshop for a while to use their table saw and thickness sander.  I wasn’t really pleased with the band saw, so I came home to … Continue reading

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Good to be home

I am so glad to be home.  While I enjoy events a great deal, it is still good to be back home. On Monday afternoon I was able to pick up perhaps 2/3 of the ebony I purchased.  After that, … Continue reading

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Heading Home

The FFF was a lot of fun, seeing folks I know and making new friends.  I had a great time, at an event that is well worth attending.  Today I am heading part way home and picking up a rather … Continue reading

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In Rhode Island

This morning I woke up in my hotel in Rhode Island after a 13 hour drive.  Although rather long and mentally tiring, I do not feel terribly stiff or sore as I would if I had driven my old van. … Continue reading

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The Big Push

I am home from a wonderful time at Bluegrass Leather Pride.  My most sincere thank you to Ms. Constance and all the folks in Louisville that made it a great event. On my way home I stopped at Woodcraft in … Continue reading

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