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  1. A few years ago, archaeologists uncovered this ancient Stone Age axe with an intact wooden shaft stuck into the ground at Rødbyhavn, Denmark It dates to the Stone Age, about 5,500 years ago! Axes were an important tool in the Stone Age for wood-work purposes. They played a significant role in the introduction of agriculture at a time when most of the land was covered by forest, which needed to be cleared. A paddle, two bows, and 14 axe shafts were found nearby, all of which were standing upright. The researchers believe these artifacts were lodged into the ground deliberately, perhaps as sacrificial offerings. Museum Lolland-Falster
  2. April 22, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop where Tom McLaughlin was the guest and he presented and demonstrated building a bow front end table. One word: AWESOME. If you ever get the opportunity to see him in person or in his videos, you can’t go wrong. He gave a week’s amount of information in 6 hrs. He had his wife alongside him, who is affectionately called “the camera lady”. Tom is a Master woodworker from Canterbury, NH. He is a member and past president of the New Hampshire Furniture Masters. Danl
  3. I few weeks ago I asked if anyone might know what kind of wood this was. We kind of decided it was a myrtle/sycamore of some kind. I cut that log into 4 blanks. I've managed to lose one of them on a shelf somewhere in the shop. I rough-turned one of the three remaining blanks this morning. Any further ideas on the species seeing the grain and coloring? Whatever kind of wood it is, it was a pleasure to turn. Very easy to cut. Had a crisp clean spring woods smell to it. .40
  4. I love videos that are made well, and of course are related to our craft. I have noticed lately that our members have come up with some really wonderful videos they have found and are sharing them here with us. Recently Gene has been sharing some wonderful Craftsman type videos as he has with this one at "This is going to be fun". When I find a video that I believe is high quality, a good production, and for my own taste a wonderful sound track, along with highlighting our craft in a unique way, I love sharing them here with you all. I hope as well when you find a great video that you'll share it with us here on The Patriot Woodworker. For now, I hope you like this one I found while I was looking at Green Woodworking videos and how to build and use Treadle and Pole lathes, although there is nothing in this video regarding the lathes, it just popped up on my radar and I liked it a bunch, hope you enjoy!
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