|Project by HandsOgold||posted 06-10-2007 07:13 PM||1945 views||1 time favorited||9 comments|
As an AARP tax preparer, I had worked at a new site for one season under the tutelage of a very adept senior citizen (not that I am a spring chicken myself.) He taught me so much in those few months, that i wished to thank him in a tangible way. As cigar smokers, I felt that a humidor would be right on the money.
At that time i didn’t own a band saw nor any cedar lumber, so i cheated a little and promoted a decent cigar box from a local dealer. This I laminated in lacewood, purpleheart, canarywood, spalted maple and a Gaboon Ebony fillit. I sanded to fit and finished with urethane.
My mentor was quite taken with this item and i was rewarded with a fine ”Cubano.”
Who says its better to give than receive.