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Screen Shot 2013-03-18 at 9.04.28 AMChuck Brock, host of The Highland Woodworker web TV show made to trip from sunny and warm Georgia to cold and snowing Cincinnati a few weeks ago, to film segments for upcoming episodes of the show.

We’ve changed the name of the segment to “Popular Woodworking’s Tips, Tricks & Techniques,” because we wanted to include viewpoints from all the editors and the local contributing editor (instead of focusing on just one staff member, as the segment was originally conceived).

The first segment, with Christopher Schwarz (our aforementioned local contributing editor), will be featured in the upcoming episode of “The Highland Woodworker,” but Chuck has written about his visit to the cold, blustery North on his blog (though he was nice enough not to mention that Cincinnati in February was an unpleasant experience).

We’ll let you know as soon at the new episode is live (follow us on twitter @pweditors to find out first).

— Megan Fitzpatrick

Chris talks about “redneck” planing jigs with Chuck – but if you want some more in-depth instruction from Chris on planing, check out his DVD “Handplane


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