I love fall hikes, especially on the cloudy, cold gray days of November. I walked through Richardson Nature Center and stopped by a gnarled old oak, aka “the bee tree” to see what my friends had been up to this summer.
I’ve been working a lot of cooking spoons. The humble, yet ever-versatile, cooking spoon is by far my favorite to make and use.
Sunday sloyd with a martini in my old man’s cocktail glass and a moment of reflection on the simple beauty of wood grain…
What I read this month:
Restoration Agriculture by Mark Shepard
Abundance of Less by Andy Couturier.