A Farm Getaway

As evidenced by my woodworking-related social media posts slowing to a trickle, I was away from my woodshop last week.  My family and I, including some extended family, rented a farmhouse in the western part of Virginia – a relaxing retreat in an early 1900-era farmhouse.  This required that I put my table build on hold for a week, but it was a welcomed and blissful change of pace.  Although I am not particularly fond of leaving dimensioned project pieces unassembled on my bench for too long, it is sometimes unavoidable.  Now that I’m home and fully energized from my exposure to the outdoors, I hope to make copious progress this coming week.  If you find yourself in the very unfortunate position of having missed the first installment of my table build, then I highly recommend that after you’ve completed reading this delicious word ensemble that you bring your attention here.

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