a new blog for folks interested in 17th-century woodworking

 

to the sea

 

My friends at Plimoth Plantation have started a dedicated blog about the various carpentry works they do. I have worked parallel to that department since 1994, and what they do is amazing – hewing, pitsawing, clapboards, thatching, and more… the faces have changed over the years, with a few exceptions, but the work goes on.

You might want to look it over, and subscribe if inclined. I have always wanted to feature their work here, and now I don’t have to.  there’s a couple of posts so far, and if you write to them, that will encourage them to continue…nudge, nudge.

Here’s the link:

http://blogs.plimoth.org/rivenword/

Keep ’em coming guys.

 

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6 thoughts on “a new blog for folks interested in 17th-century woodworking

  1. I am going to be working in the roof structure on my brand new to me 17th century barn as soon as the weather improves. Should be a great blog to watch. Thanks

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