Butcher block counter top.

Wise and thoughtful words for Makers.  It’s the thoughtfulness that a hand-craftsman puts into his project, not the speed or even cost that makes something worth making in the first place.

Woodworker Network

“If you remain insensitive to the individual characteristics of the material you are working with and cut regardless to a predetermined, exact measurement, then the finished piece will lack a certain wholeness and be little better than something you could have bought from a factory.” – Graham Blackburn

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee musician ... mostly
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