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Finding the Spoon in the Crook

I like making spoons from crooks.  It makes for strong elegant spoons that let the tree be a design partner.  Besides, I like discovering the crooks. When a crook is split, the sinuous ergonomic profile of the spoon is revealed.  … Continue reading

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Walking….and Spoons

The more you walk, the better you feel, the more relaxed you become, the more you sense, the better you think, the less mental clutter you accumulate.  And it’s the uncluttered man who is the happy man. — Aaron Sussman … Continue reading

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