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I was cleaning out the dark corner at the back of one of the shelves in the workshop when I found a box full of old papers. A lot of them were MIT green...



I had a few bits of walnut left over from the hexmirror project, so I finally got around to something that’s been on my todo list forever. I replaced the ratty cardboard box I...

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Grand Prix 0.9

I was cleaning out a closet the other day and discovered another bit of ancient Stellar/Stardent junk. I wrote a lot of the early graphics demos for the Stellar. There were ones like a...


Indian Summer Blat

We had another nice drive yesterday. Went around thru Topsfield. No fair this year because of the pandemic. Here’s a fairly low-res video:


Window Shelves

I seem to have spent my pandemic making shelves. Most of them have been big, ugly ones in the workshop for getting the junk^H^H^H^Hsupplies organized and off the floor. I’ll spare you pictures of...


First Nectarine

For at least six years I’ve had a dwarf nectarine in the front garden. Every year it is covered in flowers that the bees love, like this. And every year when the little green...


West Farm

Today was one of those beautiful late summer New England days. So Chris & I went for a walk along some trails on the next hill over behind the farm.



I stopped by 35 Medford yesterday to pick up my stuff. I hadn’t been there since March because of Covid, which has been really weird. It looks pretty much the same as it did...



Here’s my latest project. The sides and the central hexagon are made of black walnut. The front surface is mulberry paper. There are a bunch of little brass screws holding things together. It’s about...


World’s End

It was really hot today, so we went down to World’s End. World’s End is a beautiful park that was designed by Fredrick Law Olmstead. It’s 250 acres of curving carriage roads and vistas...