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On the Road Again

After wrapping things up at the shop, we drove northwest to Zion National Park for our first teaching course of the year. Just outside the park, hovering above the town of Springdale, is Zion Canyon Mesa, a nonprofit dedicated to some sort of undefined artistic wonderfulness. My longtime friend Logan [...]

June 5th, 2024|News|

Fretwater Shenanigans 2024

I must apologize, for my blogulatory skills have been steadily diminishing. I mean... I mean... I really mean to post regularly, but time just slips away. What can I say?  Anyhow, here's what we've been up to since Thanksgiving. The big news (for me) is, after more than fifty years [...]

June 5th, 2024|News|

2024 Boatbuilding Classes

Dawn Kish photo Cricket and I are pleased to announce four boatbuilding classes we will be teaching in 2024. We made a decision a couple years ago that we work together far better as a team than teaching solo. It gives is far more time to break away and work [...]

December 24th, 2023|News|

Honeymooning

Not wasting any precious time we headed off for our honeymoon. Our flight out of Flagstaff was fine, but the next flight to Philadelphia was delayed interminably. We finally arrived in time to run across the entire airport and watch our flight to Bangor pull away from the gate. Arghh. [...]

November 27th, 2023|News|

Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

Although I have been on the road and on the run for most of the year, there was some sweet solitary shop puttering time in the middle. I installed the Emmert's Turtleback Patternmaker's Vice I picked up in Maine (and Anabelle brought across country). I've always lusted for one on [...]

November 26th, 2023|News|

Trying to slow down…and failing miserably

Now that I have turned seventy and retired from commercial guiding I can sit back and relax. If only I knew how. I went on a road trip to retrieve various things. In Moab I picked up all the heavy iron objects that Anabelle graciously drove back from Maine for [...]

November 23rd, 2023|News|

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On the Road Again

After wrapping things up at the shop, we drove northwest to Zion National Park for our first teaching course of the year. Just outside the park, hovering above the town of Springdale, is Zion Canyon Mesa, a nonprofit dedicated to some sort of undefined artistic wonderfulness. My longtime friend Logan [...]

June 5th, 2024|News|

Fretwater Shenanigans 2024

I must apologize, for my blogulatory skills have been steadily diminishing. I mean... I mean... I really mean to post regularly, but time just slips away. What can I say?  Anyhow, here's what we've been up to since Thanksgiving. The big news (for me) is, after more than fifty years [...]

June 5th, 2024|News|

2024 Boatbuilding Classes

Dawn Kish photo Cricket and I are pleased to announce four boatbuilding classes we will be teaching in 2024. We made a decision a couple years ago that we work together far better as a team than teaching solo. It gives is far more time to break away and work [...]

December 24th, 2023|News|

Honeymooning

Not wasting any precious time we headed off for our honeymoon. Our flight out of Flagstaff was fine, but the next flight to Philadelphia was delayed interminably. We finally arrived in time to run across the entire airport and watch our flight to Bangor pull away from the gate. Arghh. [...]

November 27th, 2023|News|

Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

Although I have been on the road and on the run for most of the year, there was some sweet solitary shop puttering time in the middle. I installed the Emmert's Turtleback Patternmaker's Vice I picked up in Maine (and Anabelle brought across country). I've always lusted for one on [...]

November 26th, 2023|News|

Trying to slow down…and failing miserably

Now that I have turned seventy and retired from commercial guiding I can sit back and relax. If only I knew how. I went on a road trip to retrieve various things. In Moab I picked up all the heavy iron objects that Anabelle graciously drove back from Maine for [...]

November 23rd, 2023|News|

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