I wrote a little essay about an experience I had while my first grandson was arriving. I thought you all might like it.
What do we gain by looking beyond other workers' color, race, or gender?
This a short history of how we moved building materials for many years on the job site years ago.
One exciting aspect about carpentry is that there is always more to learn.
Are we able to do our carpentry work well without really being present? Carpentry, in my opinion, is Meditation.
This is the last in a series of posts that will be published soon as a book titled "One Carpenter's Life as Told by Houses." Check it out on www.amazon.com.
A timely blog on the hazards of using toxic chemicals in our work places and job sites.
This is an excerpt from a book that will be published this fall: "One Carpenter's Life as Told by Houses."
Habitat builds for people, not for profit.
Professional framer Larry Haun contemplates the balance between doing a "good job" and saving time and money.
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