World’s most comfortable chair

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This is what you’ve ail been waiting for – the first look at the most comfortable chair in the world. What does it feel like to sit in the most comfortble chair in the world? All I can say it’s the most comfortable chair I’ve ever sat in! In a double-blind test undertaken by the Corn Fairy group 82% of… Read more »

Jonathan’s Sprinter

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Local carpenter Jonathan Seaton is the proud owner of a new Sprinter van. This is not your run of the mill Heavy Chevy. This is a real van. His Sprinter is packed with state-of-the-art engineering and Mercedes top quality. Power steering, a tight-turning radius and advanced safety features guarantee you perfect handling in any road situation. The roomy cab, ergonomic… Read more »


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Hem/Fir Hem/Fir is a species combination of Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophilla) and five of the true firs: California Red Fir (Abies magnifica) Grand Fir (Abies grandis), Noble Fir (Abies procera), Pacific Silver Fir (Abies amabilis) and White Fir (Abies concolor). While Western Hemlock and the true firs are sometimes marketed separately in products graded for appearance these species share similar design… Read more »

Dress for Safety

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Safety is always a wise choice Fashion trends don’t dictate your woodworking attire, safety does The wrong type of clothes can cause accidents. I’ve had a lot to say about safety first, but here’s the short version. Be comfortable. but heed the following fashionable advice: Your Eyes Protect your eyes with goggles or safety glasses equipped with side shields when… Read more »

Grunting is the key

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Grunting and Hardass Maple are no strangers to Jonathan Seaton of Seaton’s Carpentry shop located in beautiful No Bend Washington. Says Jonathan Seaton, “Grunting is the key when working with any wood especially hard wood like this hardass maple.” Now cherrywood is pretty tough also – tough to find that is. When was the last time you saw a cherrywood… Read more »