As most of you already know if you have seen some of my recent posts, last week I traveled to Port Townsend to Jim Tolpin's woodworking school there (Port Townsend School of Woodworking). << School Link >>
Garrett Hack was a guest instructor for two classes that I signed up for. << Bio Link >> One was Decorative Details (two days) and the other was Precision with Handtools (three days). Both of these classes were short versions of what are normally full week classes of each. Garrett does not have a woodworking school of his own, as he prefers to travel with his wife and be a guest instructor all over the U.S. and beyond. He is traveling to Japan later this year to teach. He squeezes his teaching in between making fine furniture and working his farm in Vermont. More on Garrett and the classes later in further posts, but first a little background on Port Townsend and the school there.