Tag Archives: Herbie

November 2016

It’s not quite winter yet, but it’s on the way.  We had two days of flurries, that didn’t  amount to much.  On the other hand, it was easier to take than the foot or so they got in Northern Maine.  … Continue reading

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September 2016

This September was the month of Herbie.  Herbie was the biggest American elm (Ulmus americana) in all of New England.  The tree sprouted in 1794, which was during George Washington’s second administration.  Frank Knight, the Yarmouth, ME tree warden, had … Continue reading

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July Shop Notes

July was an interesting month: teaching and an Open House at the Lie-Nielsen Toolworks in Warren, ME, Saturday workshops at the Sabbathday Lake Shaker community, and a furniture and art exhibit in Bar Harbor ME.  In the shop there were … Continue reading

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