Things . . .
I have a lot of links I would consider my favorites; the
following 12 are just a few.
City Tool Works, Inc. If only money were not an object . . . These tools are
more artwork than anything else, and a pleasure to use. If, of course, you can
afford them. Which I can't.
Garrett Wade This
catalog is akin to a gallery of woodworking tools; a joy to view, but even
better to own. Like most fine art, you get what you pay for, and here you get a
Belt Sander Drag Race Association Yes, it's unique, but really novel
excitement! There may be a race near you!
Tools Here's one of those catalogs that leave you salivating . . . Good
source of quality garden equipment as well (I love my loppers!)
Elm Site Support the rebirth of the majestic elm tree by planting
some of your own.
Line Designs Judson Beaumont's amazing creations are both functional
and highly whimsical; straight out of a child's fantasy. The Bad Table
has to be a favorite!
Old Workshop Here you'll
find a wealth of helpful woodworking information,
including the tool reviews which I particularly appreciate.
laid-out site offering a wealth of information on plans, software, books
Forum Many well-known
experts in the field participate in this forum to bring the best advice to the
Woodchuck Canuck Offers probably the
largest collection of woodworking links anywhere, at least on this
planet. I'd start your quest for woodworking-related sites right here.
Wood That Works
is dedicated to one artist's 'kinetic sculptures'; wind them up and watch their
intricate movements against your favorite wall for hours on end.
Accident Reports Take a read through these reports and you'll never forget
about safety in the shop. Hopefully you're not qualified to submit a
report of your own!