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Pre-Fest in the Pinewoods

Ah, dear nature, the mere remembrance, after a short forgetfulness, of the pine woods!  I come to it as a hungry man to a crust of bread. — Henry David Thoreau, Journal Entry, 1851 Less than three weeks now until … Continue reading

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Learning at FWW Live

It’s classic advice to surround yourself with interesting, inspiring, uplifting people.  Sometimes you can create that environment, and sometimes you just get lucky and find yourself in such a situation like I did last weekend.  I had been invited to … Continue reading

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Mark the Calendar

A little follow up to my most recent post:  Peter Follansbee announced the dates for Greenwood Fest 2018 on his blog today.  The Pre-Fest and the Fest will be June 5-10.  I can smell the pines already.  Check out Peter’s … Continue reading

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More Massachusetts

I don’t get out much, but when I do, it seems like I find myself in Massachusetts.  The last couple years, I’ve been in Plymouth in June for Greenwood Fest.  Watch for announcements and updates for the 2018 fest at … Continue reading

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On the Horizon

I don’t think Peter Follansbee is getting lonely, but he’s already talking about Greenwood Fest 2018.  That reminded me that I had neglected to mention this blog post about Greenwood Fest that I wrote several weeks back for the Fine … Continue reading

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It’s the People

Those three words are still resonating in my mind as I settle back into my workshop after returning from Greenwood Fest 2017.  During one of his addresses to the crowd, Peter Follansbee used those words to describe what he values … Continue reading

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Surely You Can’t be Serious?

That’s what I was thinking when Fine Woodworking Magazine’s Jon Binzen contacted me about the Back Cover for the March/April edition.  Turns out, he was serious and payed a visit to my workshop.  To call this an unbelievable honor would be … Continue reading

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