End Grain: Tradition Embraced
by Erick T. Gatcomb
Buy this issue now
The allure of woodworking is a hell of a thing. As a teenager determined to break the family cycle – everyone, male or female, was/is a carpenter – I loathed hearing about 2x4s and pressure-treated lumber. The thought of spending a life pounding nails was comparable to a life in purgatory, which never seems very promising, particularly to an adolescent. The old man would tell me, “One day all these tools will be yours.” And I would struggle to stifle a groan. After all, what purpose would those woodworking tools serve to a world-famous rock star?
Web Site: Visit the Gatcomb Co. online.
From the April 2012 issue #196.
Buy the issue now.