• Saturday, November 10th, 2012

My recent hike in New Hampshire’s White Mountains prompted this thought.

As we attempt in our woodworking shops to make objects of some small beauty, I believe we are merely borrowing from the ultimate source of beauty, the Creator, to bring joy to us and to those who appreciate our work. That is truly happy woodworking, for which I am grateful.

Happy woodworking to you, dear readers.

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4 Responses

  1. Huh.

    Nice photos.


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    WOW those are some beautiful pics! Seeing the mountains is very high on my bucket list, How long of a hike is it to the top? Though we could never come close to matching His beauty, using some of His to create our own is sure fun, thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Chris and Nate.

    Nate, the summit photos were taken from South Twin Mt. in the White Mountains of NH – in the second week of October! It’s about six miles in. There are lots of great hikes and peaks in the Whites. Most outdoors stores in the Northeast will have several books to guide you, especially the definitive Appalachian Mountain Club’s White Mountain Guide and Maps.


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    Well said, Rob. Thanks for posting.