Category Archives: General Maundering

The New (Temporary) Workshop

It’s a bit of a drive from the ranch where I live and work Continue reading

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A Snakefoot Tilt-Top Tea Table

This piece was built with Canadian Rock Maple, a very hard, close-grained wood, and finished “Bright” Continue reading

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You have to get down in the weeds to win

You have to consider your writings as products and market them if you ever hope to show a profit. The “Art” of writing well is a skill you have acquired over time and through a great deal of effort. Your … Continue reading

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Profit and Loss Vs. Me

There is an Ebook download alert at the end of this, I promise. But I have a few things to get off my chest, first… Okay, I get it. I’m never going to be “Rich”; It may be that I … Continue reading

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The Odds and Sods of my Life

Oh, how I wish I had one. A Life, I mean. In a very technical sense of the word I suppose I do; for example; I’m still breathing, and mobile, and I can carry on a conversation (as long as … Continue reading

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I used to play the harp

I used to play the harp Many years ago (way too many), when I was a young child, I watched Harpo Marx play his harp in the Marx Brothers movies (and occasionally play bed springs, weavers looms and so on). … Continue reading

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Write what you know

Or do a lot of research. Then write what you know. Then learn how to write well. And that starts with writing; good bad or ugly, competent or all in a muddle, it all starts with writing. And then a … Continue reading

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