Mark ( on November 26th, 2007

Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to a talk given by Gene Landon for the Rochester Woodworkers Society. Gene is a world famous woodworker specializing in 18th Century American furniture reproductions. He has been featured in Fine Woodworking many times over the years and also teaches woodworking classes at the Old Mill Cabinet Shoppe […]

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Mark ( on November 19th, 2007

Lately, I have not had as much time in the shop as I would like. Lots of outdoor chores and other duties have been taking precedence. I did get a bit of time though, and decided to make a couple of small boxes out of some offcuts, using a nice piece of curly maple for […]

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Mark ( on November 9th, 2007

Recently, there was an ad placed in one of our local papers about a sale of tools and lumber from a woodworking shop. Given that the address listed in the ad was not too far from my home, I thought I’d make the short trip there to see what was available. So, early last Saturday […]

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