December 10, 2012


Winter finally arrived in Northern Michigan. Our first significant snowfall means that we most likely won't see the grass for several long months. Winter means that the wood fire in the shop is working hard all day, and keeping it going is another job on the list. The winter season has grown on me over the years. I now look forward to getting outside and experiencing familiar trails and woods with their new, but temporary look.

We've got an exciting partnership coming up at the end of the month to share with you, and are excited to keep moving forward with new furniture and other goods as the new year approaches. I hope your winter is starting off nicely, keep warm.

L to R; Stacks of cheese boards ready for paint, and inspecting some new rough sawn hard maple.

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