The August 2012 issue of our LumberJocks’ eMag is now available: LINK Feedback as always is appreciated.
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This interview, with Lew, is from the July 2011 issue of the LumberJocks’ eMag. 1. How did you first get started working with wood?My first recollection of woodworking was playing with Lincoln Logs. The smell of those pieces and creating a structure seemed to satisfy something in me. 2. What was it about woodworking that initially caught your interest, enticing you to get into it at the level you are now?Making things has always been part of my mindset. At...
This interview is from the September, 2010 issue of the Creative Hands Network News. Dick & Barb Cain have been members of LumberJocks.com since August, 2006. Thank you, Barb & Dick, for this wonderful interview! 1. How did you first get started working with wood?I guess I got off to a real early start. Being depression times my Dad was fortunate enough to have a job, so he took on the task of building a new home in 1935. I was three years old at the time. I was always under hi...
July 2010This month, in our July issue of our LumberJock eMag, I had the privilege of interviewing Scott Bryan. Here is the full interview. How did you find Lumberjocks and what keeps you coming back?I became aware of Lumberjocks about 3 years ago as I was browsing the web sites of Matt Vanderlist and Marc Spagnolo. Both were promoting LJs at the time and I thought that the site sounded interesting. This prompted me to take a look at the site and I was floored by the stunning projects ...
May, 2010 This month, in our June issue of our LumberJock eMag, I had the privilege of interviewing teenagewoodworker. 1. how did you find LumberJocks and what keeps you coming back?I found out about lumberjocks the same way that countless other people have, through the Wood Whisperer. He mentioned the site and at the time I was new to woodworking so I was trying to find every website that I could that had anything at all to do with woodworking. Now what keeps me coming back is prob...
May, 2010 This month, in our May issue of our LumberJock eMag, I had the privilege of interviewing David. 1. how did you find LumberJocks and what was the key feature of the site that kept you coming back? I found Lumberjocks doing a random Internet search one evening while passing some free time. I spent the rest of the evening exploring this wonderful woodworking treasure trove and I’ve been coming back ever since. The site is uniquely organized to allow, not only interaction betw...
April, 2010 This month, in our April issue of our LumberJock eMag, I had the privilege of interviewing Thos. Angle. 1. How did you find LumberJocks and why did you join? First, let me say what an honor it is to be asked to do this interview. I can’t remember how I found Lumber Jocks. Maybe from Fine Woodworking Magazine. I know I instantly joined and felt at home. 2. you are known as our LumberJock cowboy but we also know you as the woodworker who is a master craftsman w...
March, 2010This month, for our LJ eMag, we meet with Todd A Clippinger and learn a bit about his woodworking journey. 1. How did you find LumberJocks and what was the key feature of the site that kept you coming back? Not long after I bought my computer I was talking with my local tool supplier about some ideas that I had for doing woodworking videos online. He told me about this guy that calls himself the “Wood Whisperer” who was doing video. When I checked out Marc Spa...
Betsy has asked if anyone is interested in having a picnic in the Texas area. I have added the request in the next eMag issue and while I was writing about it, I thought it would be great if we could start the discussion about ANY picnic that might take place next year. If you are interested in participating in or hosting a LumberJocks’ picnic in your part of the world, let me know and I’ll add it to the list in the November eMag. It’s not too early to start planning &...
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