Issue 345

Issue 345

Funny Ha-Ha?

Funny Ha-Ha?

Those folks who think there is no room for humor in woodworking have obviously not seen the scope of the projects I’ve made. I actually think that folks who work with their hands develop a sense of humor because they learn that, well, stuff happens, and you can decide to look at it one of two ways: with a sense of humor or a sense of tragedy. I don’t know about you, but that is an easy choice for me.

In this issue’s Today’s Woodworker article, we have a woodworker who has taken that idea farther than most. Check out comedian and woodworker C.C. Boyce, who is not only featured there, but is one of the bloggers we are regularly featuring at Woodworking.com. If you have not been checking out those daily updates, you are missing some fun and interesting stuff.

Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal

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