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Making a workbench is a perfect project for any woodworker to develop and hone their skills. It also allows you to […]

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If you’re like me you will realise that often changes you might resist or even reject at […]

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[…] precipitate the starting of the work proper; this for me is  the essence of real woodworking. With that centred in our thoughts, we begin to see how the workbench, vise and hand tools predicate real woodworking. Beyond, or, I might all the more say, especially inclusive of that is the sense of entering a world you’ve […]

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  • Dan Roper on Thanksgiving!Great words about the kindness of others. As a Texan, we would welcome you back at any time. Our great state is a little less without you here.
  • Curtis Enlow on Thanksgiving!Thank you, Paul. I was staying at a B&B in Castle Comb, Wiltshire many years ago, and talking with my daughter back home on a small pay phone in the parler. I was hurriedly mak…
  • Matthieu on Thanksgiving!Tank you so much for this beautiful story! Our American cousins can be that kind of men and women.
  • Andrew on Thanksgiving!Thank you Paul for the heartwarming stories.
  • Herbert Brauer on Thanksgiving!I’ve been to the US on a few occasions, always as a student, and was often met by kind, giving folks yes... like every other country right now, they’ll have to sort out their relat…
  • Bill on Thanksgiving!Thank you, Paul! Your words are so kind. I have lived in Texas twice and visited a few more times. Don't really care for the weather (and I'm a New Englander, haha), but the thing…
  • Paul. on Thanksgiving!Amazing stories thanks for sharing. I can replicate stories of amazing hospitality and kindness from strangers when I lived in rural Africa. Even subsistence farmers would lovingly…