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Winter Walnut

Getting my hands on a good walnut log recently, I decided to rough out a few bowls from it, then return to each one individually down the road.  Some of these will be destined for folks that have been waiting … 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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Fine Woodworking

Like a lot of people, I have stacks of old Fine Woodworking Magazines in my house, and I owe a good deal of my woodworking education to them.  My copies, going back to the 90s, bring back a lot of … 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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Bring Your Adze

Just a quick post to say that a spot has opened up in my pre-Fest bowl carving class in Plymouth.  It’s only three weeks away.  If you can squeeze it in, we’ll have a blast making some chips fly together! … 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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