Monthly Archives: January 2010

Solutions to the Sawdust Dilemma

If you peruse the web where woodworkers roam, you can find numerous discussions of what to do with scraps and sawdust. Scraps are a bit easier. We save them for smaller projects like cutting boards. We donate offcuts to our … Continue reading

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Malibu House

The rain has been pouring down in Los Angeles for 4 days now. Tornado warnings, flash floods, leaks, wet and cold. The guys are devotedly unloading 11 palettes of new (old) wine oak with the forklift. I thought I’d reminisce … Continue reading

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Woodworking with Dad

We stayed home for the Winter holidays this year, which was a welcome change. In the midst of some massive catch up from (admitted) over-promising of deliveries, we found some time for some family time in the shop. Scout is … Continue reading

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Dwell Magazine teaches Contrators 101

Like many, I wait anxiously each month for our issue of dwell magazine. This time, I was not only thrilled by the usual eye candy throughout, but an article called Contractor 101. I like how they put it: “‘Having a … Continue reading

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