It's about time.
I formally apologize for all the crummy mumblings for the last little while, perhaps years now. I've gotten rid of the worst offending blogs and will comb through the rest. Hopefully what's left is a pleasand archive of travel adventures and assorted interesting mumblings.
The trouble is I haven't been anywhere that has captured my imagination, or rather my imagination has been dull to the places I've been, or responded dully to dull places. We all go through flat spots in life, in which the landscape neither inspires us, nor can we inspire the landscape to be more than it deserves.
So from now on, I'll apply Mondaugen's Law to the woodworking I do, and the time I spend in my shop. This is certainly my now, though what kind of bandwidth I've attained I can't rightly say.
Whether you're just curious to see how furniture gets put together, or if you're thinking of learning the craft, I hope you'll find something in each post. If not, complain and I promise to be gracious about it.
So, for an interim image, here's a plywood kayak I made a while back--the woodworking that travels.