One Student’s Experience at Master Woodworking Class

by Dale on July 9, 2013

This is way cool and I invite you to check this out!

A recent student chronicled his 9 days at one of our Master Woodworking Classes.
Click here to read this student’s experience:

Josh’s diary was part of a Lilly’s Endowment Grant for the “Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program”.

Please read about his adventure, “Interconnected Community: A Woodworker’s Conversations with Trees” Great stuff!

In Josh’s own words:

I wanted to thank you again for the great experience. You taught me so much, and I’m very grateful. Not only did I learn so much, but you made me feel welcome in your shop and I never once thought “I don’t belong here.” shapeimage_4

MANY times since I got home, I’ve caught myself looking at the clock still in shock that I actually made that!

So, again, thank you. I really hope to be able to come down again in the near future for another class. I hope you’re enjoying your “week off!”

My blog that I’m keeping through this whole grant process is at if you want to check it out and see everything I put up while I was down there!

It’s actually nice for me to go back, read it, and refresh some of the details!
Thank you!

For this same experience, sing up for one of my Classes: Click here.

PS: Don’t forget you can bring a Buddy (male or lady) and get a discount.

Bond and Build!!!

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