Category Archives: Reclaimed wood

Country tables and benches

The carnies are in town! That means weekends full of free music fests, rides, bands, fireworks, games…you name it. My busy show season also kicked off in Montauk around the same time the carnivals came to Vermont. Vendors from the … Continue reading

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Back to the Adirondacks

You never know who you are going to meet through Craigslist. Heading back to the farm in the Adirondacks yesterday to get more barn wood from the farmer and his wife I met a few months ago on Craigslist felt … Continue reading

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Family Benches

Two weeks before the 4th of July holiday, I received a request for a custom bench that was needed the beginning of July for a family gathering on the shores of Lake St. Catherine. I usually steer clear of rush … Continue reading

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The Guitar

There’s a magical pine grove near the heart of Manchester, Vermont in the shadow of Mount Equinox. It hugs the main drag and is hard to miss because of its beauty and size: leggy trees so tall that branches start … Continue reading

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The Rescue

I’ve loved horses since seeing “The Black Stallion” as a kid. Β A quiet kid and his horse. Bonded by what happened in Africa. It couldn’t get any more poignant to a child like me, obsessed with Africa and wildlife. I … Continue reading

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The Adirondack Coffee Table

It’s helpful to know a bit about a client when you are asked to make a custom order for them. In this table’s case, I’ve been in their home; I know their style. I also know that she could have … Continue reading

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The Kamikaze

If anyone hacked my phone (please don’t…that’s just not cool), they’d see an odd listΒ saved under theΒ notes section. It includes a pirates parody with Michael Bolton. Another from the Hoff. A link to strange animal pictures. Andy Samberg at his … Continue reading

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